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New on Lin + Quotidien: Women’s Fashion


A simple, poetic fashion, inspired by vintage patterns and paintings by French painters Jean-François Millet and Cesar Pattein, details observed here and there in the course of a woman’s life. A slightly bohemian fashion sometimes, a bit nostalgic, which reminds us of the clothes painted in these pastoral scenes which sublimates the work of the peasants. A dignified fashion. A fashion which bets on the classic cuts, those which are advantageous for all figures.

A fashion for the pleasure of feeling like a woman and at its best. Like a high waistline that redefines it without emphasizing the hips. Like a trapeze cut, always perfect on us all. Like long dresses for the pleasure of femininity felt in the meters of fabric that sway in the wind. Dresses, always dresses, loose fitting cut or a little more fitted. Dresses that move, twirl, make heads turn. A wedding dress also, made of pure white linen, like apple trees in the promises of their flowering. A pretty dress for little girls, the harvest style, who want to be like mom. Dresses with poetic names, to communicate the value of handmade things by putting the best of oneself in them.

All the beautiful things found on Lin + Quotidien are handmade, in the attic of the big old house I live in, built by my ancestors in Saint-Benoît-Labre. It is me, France, who cuts and sews them. But, no, we don’t grow our linen, we don’t spin it or weave it either. These things require flax fields in cultivation, expertise and specialized equipment that we do not have. We are doing our best to create a greener, ethic and responsible alternative in the field of fashion, but we are also dealing with the reality of this world. And it is a very little initiative, on a human scale.

Besides, we will never choose China for manufacturing. Not that things are badly done as some people say. On the contrary, they are very well done. Rather, it is because I do not subscribe to this modern form of slavery, which is the abusive use of people’s labor power without paying a fair price. All this, to flood our markets and offer us clothes that cost less than fabric by the meter. It makes no sense and this doesn’t make me happy, I am happy when others are happy too. But that’s the subject of another blog article.

Look book on Kamylle who wears the black long dress and on Sandrine who wears the short dress Lie de vin.




21 thoughts on “New on Lin + Quotidien: Women’s Fashion

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    1. Thank you so much for your comment! You are always welcome on my little shop where everything is handmade in a very small scale.

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    1. Thank you so very much to have taken your time to browse my little boutique and offer me this so kind comment! All is handmade with great care and a lot of attention to details here, by me, France the photographer and designer, and only two others persons!

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  10. Lin-Quotidien is a French language daily newspaper published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The newspaper was founded in 1976 by Rodolphe Laflèche and has been owned by Quebecor since 2007.

    1. Thank you for this valuable information. I am happy to learn that this same name, chosen by association with Le pain quotidien | The daily bread (both are close in sound and meaning, were once harvested in the same way, were of primary necessity in both cases) is part of the history of Quebec. Even Google does not seem to have retained the memory of this newspaper since the results do not come up when I make the request. Thank you very much for your time and your shared knowledge, it enriches me.

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