The Maison Pallas devotes itself to the art of making suits. Daniel Pallas and Véronique Bousquet managed to bring renewed nobility to this outfit of legend that too often we see vilified. Each item is created in accordance with traditional “petite couture” techniques and expertise, and is crafted in their Parisian studio, built in 1961. Designs are crafted individually and only touched by the hand of the master craftsman in charge of the tuxedo. For their 2015 spring-summer collection, Daniel and Véronique worked in collaboration with Allegria Torrassa, designer, and Niki Pauls, stylist. They founded together the audacious Cicciolina nights, whose groundbreaking atmosphere seduced many artistic circles. Night, freedom, music: hard to believe it is pure coincidence that the Maison’s name sounds so much like the legendary Parisian nightclub, the Palace. The suits are lined with Lurex, and match ivory to gold, but their kinship with the Palace is mostly to find in their free, disobedient character. The two creators worked together to liberate this collection from the constraints of tuxedo design. Suits shine day and night, on red carpets or on sidewalks, they match heels as well as trainers. Whether white, black, navy blue striped, ivory, shocking pink, these suits come in various Lurex shapes as well as in cotton and silk faille.