La Coupole in Montparnasse was the place where chic artists and poets secretly gathered and shared their stories over a glass of absinthe. It was an underground moment where socialites and progressive minds would mingle.
It was here you would find Colette, the French writer who, with her friends created a masculine-feminine genre and defined a woman of an independent identity and passionate love.
Picture this epoch of equestrian styles of hand-crafted cameos, bequeathed pearls and rich jacquards. Silhouettes of young swingers with a mischievous edge.
When June, Henry Miller and Anais Nin shared a romance between Paris and New York, not only did they create an exotic language in literature, they gave birth to the eclectic American/French Style of dressing.