Jean-Lou Tepper, Jacques Nataf & Philippe de Hesdin
KOOKAï¿½ is a French fashion label founded in 1983 by Jean-Lou Tepper, Jacques Nataf & Philippe de Hesdin. From its origins in the early 1980s, KOOKAï¿½ has been known for its unique personality, exemplified through its advertising. Focusing initially on ï¿½spirited and impertinentï¿½ teenagers in the 1980s, through increasingly shock oriented campaigns during the 1990s, to its current position in contemporary fashion.
KOOKAï¿½ also proposes a little girlï¿½s collection expanded from year to year with several trendy, comfortable and slightly flirtatious styles which thrill budding fashionistas and Mummies alike!
KOOKAï¿½ is a subsidiary of the Vivarte group since 1996 and as such complies with the ethical charter that guarantees respect for working conditions and is also committed to ecological action to respect the environment.
KOOKAï¿½ has 184 points of sale all over France and 278 points of sale in Europe, Asia, the Far East, America and Australia. Kookai's product line includes lingerie, sportswear, womenswear, childrens wear and perfumes.
KOOKAï¿½ prides itself on creating fashionable garments that exude timeless chic. Each piece has its own personality, with the brand's Parisian designers focusing on the smallest details, and using only quality fabrics and finishes to ensure each garment is elegant and refined. Kookai strives to marry the brand's sense of fun and energy with its own interpretation of emerging trends.