PAULE KA is the image of graphic and contemporary Parisian chic that interprets uniquely the rules of classical and restrained elegance by combining them with an attitude of upbeat and quirky femininity. Following the recent departure of Serge Cajfinger, founder of the brand, the fashion house is today writing a new chapter in its history.
Alithia Spuri-Zampetti, is a 31-year-old graduate of the Central Saint Martin School of London. For the past six years, she has been head designer in charge of women’s ready-to-wear collections at Lanvin. Her previous experiences at Valentino and Bottega Veneta have also contributed to the development of an asserted stylistic signature and the creation of a rich fashion repertoire founded on ultra-feminine figures;this as well as a genuine passion for sophisticated fabrics, the sign of understated and discreet luxury.
Alithia Spuri-Zampetti says: “In keeping with PAULE KA’s chic heritage and with the support of its atelier, I am keen to create a contemporary wardrobe, combining the essentials of daily wear with more elaborate pieces for special occasions. And all within a price range that offers accessible luxury typical of PAULE KA”.