Tagged: Christian L’enfant Roi

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Christian L’enfant Roi’s Spring Scandanavian Circus

Christian Deslauriers of menswear line Christian L’enfant Roi says that turn-of-the-20th-century carnivals filled with social outcasts were the inspiration for his spring 2014 collection, but, since Deslauriers recently moved his menswear operation all the way … read more »

POSTED July 18, 2013 10:43AM IN STYLE NEWS TAGS: ,
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Lookbook: Christian L’enfant Roi Fall 2013

Christian L’enfant Roi seems to dwell in a happy limbo between childhood (“L’enfant Roi” translates to “spoiled brat”) and the more grown-up dandy pursuits which require wearing a silk shirt and pleated trousers. No surprise … read more »

POSTED January 17, 2013 11:08AM IN STYLE NEWS TAGS: ,
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Christian L’enfant Roi’s Soft Sea Blue Spring

Montreal designer Christian Deslauriers chose the name “L’enfant Roi,” a cheeky appropriation of the French phrase for spoiled brat, for his line of menswear, and season after season, he lives up to it by making … read more »

POSTED November 30, 2012 10:49AM IN STYLE NEWS Comments (1) TAGS: , ,
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Christian L’enfant Roi: Little Princes

Christian L’enfant Roi makes clothes for bratty boys. Christian Deslauriers creates the fey, printed suits and soft shades of maroon in his menswear line for a very specific clientele—as he puts it, his muse for … read more »

POSTED November 30, 2012 10:39AM IN STYLE NEWS Comments (2) TAGS: , , ,
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Interview: Christian L’Enfant Roi

Montreal-based Christian Deslauriers came to our attention back in January like a jolt with his considered, beautiful menswear line Christian L’Enfant Roi. Deslauriers started the line back in 2010, building L’Enfant Roi quietly, creating an … read more »

POSTED April 27, 2012 12:45PM IN STYLE NEWS TAGS: , ,
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Christian L’enfant Roi’s Boyish French Fall Line

The French have always appreciated that beauty shines brighter if it’s beside decay—one of literature’s most famous poems is Charles Baudelaire’s “Le Cygne,” which is about a white swan amidst the rubble of impoverished, dying … read more »

POSTED January 30, 2012 3:00PM IN STYLE NEWS Comments (1) TAGS: , ,