Book of Looks

Atlantique Ascoli

4 years ago by

Atlantique Ascoli

Simplicity never does me wrong.

And no one does simple better than the French. Parisian brand Atlantique Ascoli’s latest look book embraces an effortless & minimalist setting that allows the craftsmanship of their Victorian inspired pieces to fully capture your attention. Just clothes and a natural French beauty, no fluff.

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  • The pictures made me want to investigate this brand more–so I did. Did you know that the white sleeveless blouse that you pictured above costs $755 on Barney’s Website? That’s ridiculous: it’s a cotton, sleeveless blouse! When are consumers going to learn that they are being swindled?

  • Hi there,

    I wanted to introduce you to BLACK + GOLD (www.blackandgold.nyc). We provide photography (social media, eComm) for in-house departments at companies like yours, and we can also grow social accounts.

    I’m trying to figure out who is in charge of marketing and photography for your company. Would you please point me toward the right person, and the best way I might get in touch with them?

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