Montreal-born Marie-Eve Lecavalier launched her eponymous brand in 2018 by mixing together whimsical graphics and '70s psychedelics, designing women’s clothes and accessories her younger self could have only dreamed of wearing.

The brand that have participated in Paris Fashion Week’s official calendar for f/w 2022/2023 for the second season, offers elegant, feminine, and impeccably-cut creations. The collection designed by Marie-Eve Lecavalier dives into the reinterpretation of French-Canadian codes, American clichés and core elements of the workwear aesthetic while creating its universe through intricate leather weaving, distorted plaid patterns and oversized silhouettes. 





Sustainability remains a central value at Lecavalier as the collection reuses dead stock leather garments made in Montreal added with a unique craftsmanship and responsible sourcing.

Lecavalier f/w 2022/2023
Photo: Lecavalier
Lecavalier f/w 2022/2023
Prints and textiles represent the core of the collection, integrating the traditional sash belt in trademark leather working techniques, while the collaboration with the Kanata knit company as jacquard knitted pullovers pay an homage to the sense of comfort and warmth of the after-ski apparel.
Lecavalier f/w 2022/2023
Photo: Lecavalier
Lecavalier f/w 2022/2023
Inspired from the designer’s dad closet, the brand offers oversized woven leather jackets as a direct reinterpretation of a quintessential piece that can last through time and coexisting with both the new and the old.



Canadian classics are pushed forward with exaggerated features through a new knitting technique that plays with a 3D weaving technique. The collection also couples raw distorted plaid patterns with contemporary minimalist suiting and juxtaposes tailoring with exaggerated volume play, creating a visible contrast of delicate and rugged textiles. Denim pieces complete the offer, playing with contrasting effect turn-up wide leg trousers.
Lecavalier f/w 2022/2023
Photo: Lecavalier
Lecavalier f/w 2022/2023
Prices range from €250 for jeans and €325 for denim jackets, €275 for shirts up to €600 for dresses. Coats may cost from €750 to €1,200, knitwear prices may range from €250 to €600 up to €6,000 for hand-intertwined leather pieces.




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