One season was enough for Larose brand to impose its elegant, authentic and urban style. When two fashion enthusiasts, Marc Beaugé, journalist at Inrockuptibles and fashion reporter for M Le Monde and Isaac Larose, event entrepreneur, met the milliner Pauline Brosset, the idea of creating a cap for the city of impeccable quality is quickly required. Worked by experienced workers in the south of France, Larose cap called "five-sided" are mounted around carefully selected materials in France, England or the United States, with a French cotton lining. Marking is minimized to meet the sober and elegant spirit intended by the creators.
Hats and caps's fanatics, Isaac Larose and Marc Beaugé have an idea of their dreamy product: pure, authentic and designed made with the finest materials, from the most famous fabric manufacturers. They rely on the expertise of Pauline Brosset. Holder of "craftsman" title, the young milliner who has worked with Kenzo, Barbara Bui put her expertise and knowledge of cuts and fabrics in good use.