At the beginning of last week, Lydvina invited me to visit Ladyhood‘s pop up store, I immediately agreed. As you know, I’m always ready when new clothes are part of the plan, moreover it was an opportunity to spend quality time with family. The pop up store took place on June 9th & 10th. The appointment was made for Sunday. The promise? original clothes and a food corner. The dream!!
We arrived in a local which I must admit you did not look interesting from the outside. Once inside, we were immediately immersed in the world of Ladyhood. Indeed, even though I did not yet know the brand, nor the inspirations, the omnipresence of the vintage was evident. From photos, reminding us the Malick Sidibé ones to the other elements of decoration, the tone was given.
The delights Nioya & co (which I still regret not having tasted) blended so perfectly in this setting, we could forget that it was food. Yes I barely abuse.
I told you earlier I did not really know this brand, even if I had seen the name few times. It is with pleasure that I discovered the creations. If I was not able to see the entire offer, the store was stormed on the opening the pop up store on saturday, there was still enough to my size (Lydvina found the perfect dress for her but the right size was not available). In doing my previous research I read that Ladyhood was:
“A mixture of retro vintage, traditional fabric and wax: here is the subtle blend that offers Ladyhood, a concept that combines a brand and a way to be and think!” @ wanacorp.fr
A perfect way to describe Ladyhood. Blend that is found both in cuts and in the choice of materials. Many pieces have caught my attention, the quality of service of Laura Taty too.
We came out generally conquered despite the small disappointment and me, with something new to wear. I really liked the discovery of a brand, in a cozy place, in his image.
I salute this initiative which I am sure has been successful.
I let you discover the two pieces that caught my attention and do not forget: pensez, appliquez, modez.