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The Kooples Outlet

The Kooples Outlet offers a women’s and men’s rock & roll chic wardrobe. It claims an androgynous style combining tight jackets and tight jeans. Their collections are inspired by an obvious “Paris – London” inspiration.
The Kooples’s name comes from the French slang for ‘the couples’ and from the English pronunciation, which fits so well into their British inspired style. The brand wants to bring Parisian street chic to both men and women. Indeed, the idea behind their advertising campaigns is of guys and girls borrowing each other’s style. Their clothes have a unisex feel. The woman can take some basics in the closet of her man and mix it with ultra-feminine pieces for a trendy and rock style…

Come and shop the collections at The Kooples Outlet and discover a sophisticated and modern clothing line for women, men and couples: dresses, jackets, tops, shirts and shoes.

A little bit of history …

Back in 2008, brothers Alexandre, Laurent and Raphaël Elicha created the brand the Kooples with the idea of provide men and women an elegant Parisian style. Alexandre is head designer for menswear and Laurent is for womenswear.

They opened their headquarters at Place Vendome in 2010 and by 2011 they had already 250 employees in sales throughout France and around 30 employees in the head quarter. The next year they decided to launch their musical label ‘The Kooples Label’ recruiting couples artists.

In 2011, they launched The Kooples sport declining an ever trendy and casual world in a line of sports clothes. A line that plays on an offbeat urbanity. By 2012, The Kooples Sport had opened up 70 shops.

The company targets real life couples as their models and also aims at the younger and trendier audience.

The Kooples Outlet offers to One Nation Paris its collections marked down all year round from -30% to -70%.

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