Founded in 2007, Arlecchina features contemporary collections for today's woman - feminine, romantic, adventurous. We select one-of-a-kind garments made from quality fabrics. Whenever possible, we choose Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). Many pieces evoke reaction, their colors are pleasing and their patterns range from innovative professional images to colorful inspirations. Some pieces are reminiscent of memorable times, many are reflective of current trends, while others are simply timeless. The ambiance of our styles is eclectic, from local apparel designers, US fashion, innovative European designs, and selected World markets. We carry most beautiful abstract knitwear. Sharing a sense of beauty and appreciation of life, and appealing to your confidence. Our Community page lists events and some professionals whom we endorse wholeheartedly.
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Our clothes are handpicked at fashion shows, primarily made by small designers who cater to the boutique environment. Rarely will you find our selection in shopping malls, and we change styles regularly. The French store owner, Agnès, is known for the sensitive and appropriate consultation that she provides to her customers. Most of all, you will feel welcome, as you encounter new insights about fashion styles that enhance your personality. Visitors and customers often comment on the sensitive and soothing artistic display that creates a unique space. Welcoming a moment of quietude, the colors, cultural artefacts, quality of craftsmanship and materials will move your mind into a space of imagination and joy. And there is positively no noisy salesperson to interfere with this experience.
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Arlecchina is a modern female counterpart of Harlequin, always ready to celebrate life, emphasizing on a whim her many faces and talents by selecting suitable clothes for the needs of an occasion. This reflects a lifestyle for women and men who are at ease to enhance their many personalities in a playful and fashionable way. The name is derived from Arlecchino and refers to a variety of possible origins: the Italian Commedia Dell'Arte, the French Harlequin, the Old German Karalchin, the English Harlay, and the Jester who symbolizes freedom of expression.
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Enjoy a playful look at some pieces from our Winter 2017 selection