"The widening of fashion’s collective consciousness has been slow, but progress is being made. The runways may not yet reflect the world as it is, with its diversity of color, age, and size, but they’re more representative than at any time in the past. [Tommy] Ton’s street style photos and those of others like him have played their part in fashion’s awakening, alongside the rise of Instagram, the presence of female designers in top jobs, and the consciousness-raising of #MeToo and Time’s Up. He has an eye for “real women” with real style, not influencers in head-to-toe runway looks, and his taste runs to the minimal, though it’s not strict." - Nicole Phelps for Vogue Runway
At Deveaux, we aim to create clothing that is grounded in reality. Regardless of age, sex, ethnicity, or background, our mission is to offer timeless and modest basics that eschew any popular trends. Our goal is to create a modern uniform that transcends any invisible border and strengthen fashion's collective consciousness in the process. We champion the democratization of fashion and the inclusion of everybody involved.
For our Resort 2020 collection, we strive to dismantle any notions of segregation. Our goal is to provide timeless and versatile staples that have a place in any woman's wardrobe. Effortless, modest silhouettes constitute a bulk of the collection. A two-in-one nylon trench coat, for example, features removable sleeves that transform the coat into a vest. Another standout piece, a pantsuit cut from Japanese raw denim, offers a new take on Western tailoring. Our goal isn't to influence one's personal style, but to complement it by offering unique garments that can be endlessly re-styled.