OUR WAY OF THINKING
LET YOUR BABY EXPLORE THE WORLD
We believe in a world where babies would not be restrained by their clothes. To make that happen, we create easy-to-move-in garments out of soft and colourful fabrics.
Fastening systems are thought for both parents and children: big buttons and elastics easy to unfasten so that your little one could be proud when going alone on the toilets for his first time.
Fabrics are chosen whenever possible from French or European brands that do not use any toxic product (Oeko-tex certified) for our health and our environment.
Do not hesitate to tell me that you will give it as a present: your little piece will be wrapped up in a small Oeko-tex certified bag. Your special one or his/her child will have a bag to reuse as a pyjamas/slippers/loose grocery pouch!
THE DESIGNER - ANAÏS CHABAGNO
La Péronnelle's designer, Anaïs, is currently living in Grenoble in France, and is the mother of a little girl born in 2016.
In 2010 having obtained her MSc in Geophysics, she started working for a consultancy company in Paris and in Venezuela.
5 years later, having returned to work from a sabbatical leave spent in California, she realised her job wasn't fulfilling and lacked of manual tasks. She then left the French Capital for the French Alps Capital to recenter her life around her passions: being outside and doing things with her hands.
The brand "La Péronnelle" was born in 2017 and from then Anaïs started creating her first patterns for mischievous babies.
THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT LA PÉRONNELLE
Vancouver Kids Fashion Week Magazine
Maëlle Kids Magazine
Milk Korea Magazine
Marie Claire Idées Website
La Belle Kidz and Teen Magazine
La Tribu des Idées Magazine
Maëlle Kids Magazine
Junior Style Magazine
Le Dauphiné Libéré
Portrait de Créateurs
paperpress article in Fall Winter 2019 edition, page 27
paperpress article in May 2019 edition, pages 14-15
paperpress article in Spring 2019 edition, pages 74-81
paperpress article in #5, April 2019, page 6
paper version of February 06, 2018, page 10 - link to the article