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Des Petits Hauts

Founded in Paris in 1998 by sisters Katia and Vanessa Sanchez, Des Petits Hauts was initially created on the assertion that the ideal little top was a rare commodity. DPH clothing is fashioned from the softest, lightest materials, rare but vibrant colours and delicate, feminine details.

The design, development, and branding are created in France, while the fabrics come from France and Italy. The production of the clothing is in France, Italy, Bulgaria, Portugal, Peru and China. DPH works with the same suppliers as many other well know French designer labels and uses only top-quality materials for their pieces.

Over the years, Des Petits Hauts has refocused and recognized the importance of sustainability. They offer styles that are made with more responsible materials and eco-friendly dyeing. Eco-Friendly Dyeing: Our factory works in favour of the ozone for the finishing of products before dyeing. This saves water and skips the step of adding harmful chemicals to our clothes. The water used, after purification, remains in a closed circuit and is therefore re-injected into the dyes/washes. In the Fall/Winter 2019 season, DPH released a capsule collection in collaboration with the company Fairly Made. The creators of Des Petits Hauts met Camille Le Gal and Laure Betsch, the co-founders of Fairly Made, in September 2018. Fairly Made helped to set up production that is more ethical, more ecological, more human - in short, more responsible for Des Petits Hauts. Fairly Made offers a wide range of sustainable materials and pays close attention to every stage of production. The capsule collection features elegant and ethical pieces, in shades of navy blue and white, and is made from organic cotton, eco-responsible wool, and recycled clothing. The small buttons are created from sawdust and bio-sourced acetate while some threads are made from recycled plastic bottles. In order to limit the waste, scraps of fabric from the garments are recovered to create scrunchies. For one of the most polluting industries on the planet, this collaboration and turning point for DPH is another step in the right direction for the fashion industry.

Sizing equivalents:

34 = T0

36 = T1

38 = T2

40 = T3

42 = T4