Poupette Giraud founded Poupette St Barth in 1995. “Poupette” (Little Doll) is her teenage nickname, which embodies the DNA of the brand in the body, face and expression of the “*Femme-Enfant”: cute, adorable and fresh.
Poupette St Barth is the love story of a woman and an island in the French West Indies. Poupette arrived on this lost paradise by boat in 1979 and never left. 16 years later, she created her own line of clothing, originally selling through a stylish boutique on the grounds of the famed restaurant “Le Tamarin”. The frangipani flowers from the garden at “Le Tamarin” are the symbol of freshness and are in the company logo still today