PHILINE OF SAN FRANCISCO
Inspired by different cultures around the world, Philine of San Francisco’s luxe, limited edition, modern-vintage coats empower individuality with a touch of realness.
Philine of San Francisco’s limited-edition coats are inspired by her mother Alix, who immigrated to the U.S. after World War II. As winter was approaching, she had no warm coat for her voyage. An artist friend gave her a herringbone coat with a black velvet collar that helped her feel strong, beautiful and confident. This coat empowered her to leave her home country at 24 years old and start a new life.
Philine Rauh, a graduate of New York’s Pratt Institute in fashion and a longtime design director for many high-end brands, has traveled the world extensively. Driven by today’s social unrest, she uses her talent to create a coat line that empowers and celebrates all the people who come to the US to find a new beginning.
Philine’s coat line won Best Pret-a-Porter Designer Award at the 2018 San Francisco Fashion Community Week and was featured in Vanity Fair. Film director Boots Riley (Sorry to Bother You), wore a Philine original to the Academy Awards and the Sundance Film Festival.
Inspired by the outrageous freedom of expression drawn from the era of San Francisco’s Summer of Love, the newest gender free collection resonates with all people, blurring gender lines and challenging non-conformity.
Philine of San Francisco’s luxe, limited edition, modern-vintage coats empower individuality with a touch of realness.
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