Despite the Italian ring to its name, Escada is actually German (founded in Munich in 1978) and specialises in upmarket women's clothes. The company was initially noticed for its unusual combinations of colours and patterns, exclusive embroidery and elaborately designed knitted fashions.
Now present in over 60 countries, the firm famously ran into problems recently with their use of fur, and has apparently yet to stop.
And yet Hillary Swank, Elettra Rossellini, Diane Kruger and Demi Moore are all fans. Perhaps they're not all bad after all?
Their flagship store on avenue Montaigne would be the place to go see. You'll find their standard collection and sportswear line there, as well as accessories and fragrances.
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