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Serge Cajfinger established Paule Ka in Paris in 1987. Immersed in womenswear since his teens, when he merchandised YSL’s shop windows, Cajfinger would draw inspiration from some of that era’s most glamorous icons, including Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly and Jacqueline Onassis. Paule Ka has become known for both its little black dresses and a monochrome palette, offset with flashes of pretty pastels. Signatures like the skirt suit and countless iterations of the bow flourish remain Paule Ka style staples.