The Beaufille Sisters Break Out
Parris and Chloé Gordon, the Canadian designers behind the hit label Beaufille, share the secrets of their stylish wardrobe.
Parris and Chloé Gordon are the two Toronto-based sisters behind the women’s ready-to-wear and jewelry label Beaufille, which made its debut at New York Fashion Week debut this season with a collection that left editors and stylists impressed. “We were quite nervous and emotional but made sure to have a little pep talk and high-five session first thing in the morning,” Parris recalled. “It was literally a dream come true.”
From flared, oxblood pants (plenty of folks were ready to order these on the spot) to open-knit sweaters, the assortment they prepared for fall perfectly captured the aesthetic of their label. Chloé, 28, and Parris, 26, have been heavily focused on the balance of masculine and feminine touches since launching their line in 2013, with menswear-inspired trench coats, cozy knits, moto jackets, and chokers as their signatures. (Fittingly, the name Beaufille translates to “handsome girl.”) Along the way, they’ve picked up stars like Lady Gaga and Selena Gomez as fans, and scooped up major accolades from the CFDA (most recently, they won the 2015 Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent in the Accessories category).
For now, their covetable pieces, with prices ranging from $190 to around $2,000 for ready-to-wear and $175 to $6,000 for fine jewelry, are available in limited supply shops like L.A.’s Satine Boutique and Sincerely Tommy in Brooklyn, as well as online at Shopbop. We’re guessing they’ll be landing in major luxury retail stores soon.
Define your style in three words:
P: Rock ‘n’ roll.
C: Effortless, minimal, and tomboy.
P: Black skinny jeans, Chelsea boots, and a loose top tucked in with a belt or hanging out.
C: Vintage Levi’s or culottes, an oversized T-shirt, and a trench coat.
P: Anything with a pointy toe, usually Chelsea boots or Winklepicker’s from Underground UK.
C: Converse sneakers or chunky black boots.
P: Some type of loose but stylish dress, either something 60s and mini or ’90s and minimal.
C: My usual uniform plus a statement heel.
Best recent discovery:
P: Mad Men.
C: Uber Eats.
P: Barneys and Broken English for jewelry.
C: Ikram and 10 Corso Como.
P: The Apple Watch.
C: Clear Spring 2016 Loewe heels from the runway.
What’s always in your bag:
P: My wallet.
C: My notebook.
Winter wardrobe must-have:
P: A cashmere toque, gloves, and socks – heat escapes from your head hands and feet you have to keep them the warmest!
C: Oversized wool trench coat – badass outer shell.Follow Us:
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