A traditional, artisanal style, respectful of the environment.
Sophie Escojido is a fashion designer, who after many years working for renowned houses, launched her own brand in 2012.
Deciding to radically change the way she works, she launched her own brand SENTÔ, collaborating only with artisans in a traditional and environmentally friendly way.
It’s in India, a country the designer particularly loves, where textile craft is infinite, that the collection is produced.
Although the brand became well-known for its sublime jackets made from antique fabrics called Kanthas, the collection has been supplemented over the years with several other equally emblematic pieces.
The white shirts in Khadi, the hand-embroidered scarves from Kashmir, the block-print blouses are all musts from the brand.
The SENTÔ boutique is located in the heart of Saint Germain des Prés in the elegant rue de l’Abbaye, just next to the charming Place de Furstenberg.
Each month, the designer exhibits an artist there.
She also sells magnificent ceramics by Japanese artist Motoko Saigo, and by Freeda Miranda.
The designer herself welcomes her clients, explaining the different techniques used for each garment and their origin.
The SENTÔ collection is aimed at a clientele who are seeking noble, timeless pieces that have a history.