Moynat Petite Pauline

moynat_petite-pauline You’ve already been introduced to the Petite Réjane, so now meet the 2nd tiny wonder that’s now also available, the Moynat Petite Pauline. Not exactly a new style (it has been around for awhile and is named after its founder, Pauline Moynat), it has been released in a new size, 29 cm across to be exact.

Priced at EUR2600 and available in limited quantities, it looks adorable in this petite size, a fun day bag that you can carry via its pair of top handles or slung over the shoulder. Only available in Paris at their flagship at 348 Rue Saint Honoré, you can also drop them an email with your enquiries/orders.

moynat_galeries-lafayette-paris If you are heading to Paris from July 2013 onwards, do also note that the French house will be setting up the ‘Moynat Trunk Show‘ at Galeries Lafayette where celebrated styles Pauline, Réjane and Quattro will be on display in a beautifully oversized transparent trunk designed by Gwenaël Nicolas and inspired by another Moynat classic, the Limousine Trunk.

Images: Moynat

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  • sadie says:

    The history of the brand began in 1849 in the Paris Opera district. Moynat would quickly become the house synonymous with luxury, genuine and discreet, with a range of excellent quality and traditional skills. They filed a patent in 1854 for a Gutta Percha sap coated canvas, which guarantees foolproof impermeability, and in 1873 created the English Malle, a wicker lighter than its competitors. Their tight trunks, extra light and unbreakable perfectly meet the constraints laid down by increasingly demanding customers. Moynat is fast becoming a reference in the world of luggage and owes much of its fame to its innovations for the automotive field, including their work with Bugatti, Voisin and Labourdette. They were at all universal exhibitions since 1867, but the Second World War stopped the rise of the brand, until the closure of its flagship store on Avenue de l’Opéra in 1976.

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