For this FW24 collection, the first under the direction of Pierre Kaczmarek, the studio decided to draw inspiration from the years 1995-2008, the golden age of Eurostar, the legendary line linking Paris and London. 


This collection is a true blend of cultures between these two underground scenes.


The Baron's parties rub shoulders with London's indie rock scene, and the indie sleaze style is remastered in a 2024 version. The entire collection is imagined through the prism of a couple walking down the street on their way to Saint Pancras for a train to Paris.


It captures the essence of the first The Kooples that made those who wore them so special. Leather, denim, shirts and rock accessories - all the brand's iconic pieces are celebrated here, with a youthful fashion and youthfulness typical of the new artistic direction.


To underline all the themes of this collection, the brand with Harris Tweed for a series of tartan woollens, and the brand's new best-selling bag, co-created with Amelia Gray, is unveiled for an imminent release.