A story about trousers

 With androgny as her trademark, Marine Escurat draws her inspiration from the masculine wardrobe, and more especially from the tradition of the pleated masculine trouser, for which she has long held an unswerving passion. Demanding the highest quality standards, Marine is present at each stage in the creative process. She is inspired by the iconic stars of 1950s cinema with the aim of bringing this essential garment, the trouser, back to its former glory. She mixes styles and breaks the rules: transforming ‘les Garconnes’ into the essence of laid back chic.


Made in Paris

In order to be present at each stage of creation, the designer develops all her collections in a Parisian workshop.


The designer has chosen to work directly with Parisian suppliers who propose to her high quality fabrics from prestigious French luxury home, every week.


You can arrange an appointment with the designer throughout the year to discover "les Garçonnes"
Atelier Meraki 
14-16 rue Neuve Popincourt
Paris 11 


L'exception - 24 rue Berger/Les Halles, Paris 1 
Pieds Nus - 50 rue Sainte-Anne Paris 2
Simone - 1 rue Saint-Simon Paris 7
Paper Lab / BHV marais 

La Kolloc - 29 rue Lecampion Granville
Gloriette - Soon - 16 rue Saint-Laurent Caen

Initio - Rue Pierre Sémard Toulon
Trä - C/ Pelayo 52 Madrid 28220