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Julie Vallotti et Laurent Mouton, l'équipe derrière les robes de Julie et les Tropeziennes.

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« A Beautiful love story, of dresses and women »`

Julie & les Tropeziennes was born from a love story, of Julie Vallotti for her village and her grandmothers, the charismatic women of her family. She attended school in saint-tropez dreaming of nice dresses, beautiful fabrics and materials…before meeting her charming prince, Tropezian and actor Laurent Mouton, and following him in Paris. Few years and two sons later, the young couple came back to saint-tropez. In 2017, Laurent encouraged his wife to create her own collection. He takes all the pictures of her creations. The dresses Made in France are traditionally manufactured in Marseille and can be worn as a second skin, to go to the market, at the beach, to the café"

                                                                                                Carine Roux


"I always wanted to revive the spirit of little girls

that we have always been and that we will remain forever ”

"When I was a child, I loved to browse through the wardrobes of all the women in my family, trying to find outfits that would give me the style, glam and elegance of women who have given femininity its fullest. As I observed them, I quickly realized that the dress was the ideal garment to reveal our true identity in a second, whether it be wise, glamorous, relaxed, sexy, romantic, rock'n roll or crazy! "


Julie Vallotti is a Tropezienne Girl. 

Her dresses are made in France, in a workshop of hardworking hands.

She is very thankfull to her hometown,

Saint Tropez, the village where she was born and that has been, since the fifties and Brigitte Bardot, a trend lab and one of the birthplace of the fashion world.

From the painters to the novelists,

from the poets to the movie

and rock and roll stars,

this place has allowed her to feed her imagination, and she is now through her work perpetuating the spirit of diversity and libertythat has always influenced her.

Matelas de tissus à l'atelier.
Fabrication, artisanat, mode et création.
Matelas de "fabric"
Artisanat, fait main, savoir faire.
Etiquette de Julie et les Tropeziennes.
Robe Hoody Dress.
Machine à découper les tissus.
Pile de tissus pour la fabrication des robes de Julie et les Tropeziennes, des robes française.
Handmade, photo, flou.
Le logo de Julie et les Tropeziennes a été dessiné par Julie.
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