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Launched in 2015 by friends Paris Mitchell Temple and Georgia Cherrie, Paris Georgia is both a reflection of its founders and a reaction to the discerning women who form its community.

Designed in New Zealand. Luxurious fabrics meet silhouettes that stand as an ode to the female form and favour subtle design over seasonal trends. This, combined with the brand’s focus on high-quality textiles and construction has seen Paris Georgia take on a timeless, transcendent quality.

Paris Georgia produces womenswear that is inspired by the women who wear it. Women they admire, like their mothers, friends and collaborators. Women who value strength and culture, and who require these ideals within the brands they represent.

At Paris Georgia they celebrate women and create to empower modern women of our time.

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Vogue US

“How two designers are transforming your closest slips” The pair recently launched their own in-house line, Paris Georgia, which offers an array of what they dub their “basics”: slip dresses, linen robes, and slinky trousers. The result, as often advertised on their Instagram feed, is a treasure trove for subtle, stylish ensembles with more than a few nods to ’90s minimalism.


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Vogue FR

Even back in 2019, Kendall Jenner was repeatedly seen on the streets of Los Angeles wearing the designs of the Paris Georgia label. The contemporary pieces designed in New Zealand, have already been spotted on many fashionable girls.


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Vogue UK

If there’s one thing you should know about designers Paris Mitchell and Georgia Cherrie, it’s that they got their business acumen from their mothers. “We both had single, hard-working and incredibly inspiring mothers who started their own businesses,” Cherrie tells British Vogue.

Success has become the pair’s mantra – and being female has proven key to how they’ve gone on to achieve it. From It-girls like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Hailey Bieber to world leaders like Jacinda Ardern, women the world over are drawn to Paris Georgia.


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Vogue Australia

We praise the female form, it’s a big part of what we do, so a lot of sculpted silhouettes using beautiful, firm, expensive, luxurious fabrics which make us all feel great and empowered.


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Paper Magazine

The pair is determined, despite their rapid growth, to keep their production in New Zealand to avoid succumbing to what Cherrie describes as "trend-driven consumerism," which they consider to be the the reason behind the industry's widespread disregard for the environment. This emphasis on quality over quantity in turn renders their styles even more seductive.


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i-D Magazine

In two years, Paris Georgia has won a burgeoning cult following, but the story of the pair's success, rapid as it was, isn't interesting for its speed, but for Paris and Georgia's uniquely synchronised partnership.


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Elle UK

They make simple, uncomplicated clothes and we want the lot. Meet the New Zealanders championing the slip dress


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