La Boutique de Hotel Le Toiny St Barth

Curated Selection of the Best in European Fashion & Design

Dagmar Lombard, Co-General Manager of Hotel Le Toiny St Barth, has honed her talents in design and visual merchandising as well as her discerning eye for the chic and fashionable over years of travel through the world's fashion capitals.

Coupled with time spent managing and upgrading stylish luxury and boutique hotels worldwide, her unique vision of quality, exclusivity, and beauty is actively on display at Hotel Le Toiny's "La Boutique" - where the items are personally and painstakingly selected by Dagmar.

You can be sure of a few things when shopping at Hotel Le Toiny's La Boutique - fashionable style, quality, sexiness, uniqueness, and confidence inspiring comfort.

In our quest to only present what is unique and of high quality, each season we feature a handful of inimitable designers and creators.

Now Featuring ...

Marie France Van Damme

"Luxury resort wear you can wear anywhere."

Marie France Van Damme’s collection bridges the gap between day and evening wear through versatile pieces that can easily be mixed and matched for all occasions, while always remaining chic and comfortable.

“I wanted to give women the true key to a lifestyle of Luxury, where sophistication is made simple and elegance effortless, through timeless pieces with an infinite number of matching options to reflect your own personal style and attitude”

The Marie France Van Damme Woman is an independant woman, she is assertive & confident

  • LESS is MORE. She is simply chic.
  • FEMININE & FLUID. She moves with ease.
  • BOLD & BEAUTIFUL. She is sophisticated & elegant.

The above overview was taken from the Marie France Van Damme Collection website, which you can learn more about at www.MarieFranceVanDamme.com.

Umasan

UMASAN is the first and only vegan High Fashion label that satisfies the needs of the new health style generation. The vegan label attaches a great importance to ecological and human production processes as well as the natural, sustainable and animal-friendly use of resources.

UMASAN creates this avant-garde ‘feel-good’ fashion with innovative vegan fabrics like SeaCell (seaweeds), MicroModal (beech wood) and TENCEL (eucalyptus wood) and more. It is UMASAN’s promise not to use any animal products, concentrating on humane/ecological production solutions and choose fabrics through the eyes of sustainability and earth consciousness. Not using animal products means that there is no wool, cashmere, leather and fur in the collections.

In symbiosis, UMASAN uses new shapes which are adjusted to the anatomy and kinesiology of the human being, based on the sophisticated Japanese cutting technique. UMASAN is also deeply inspired by Traditional Yoga philosophy and its idea of pure life and the conjunction between mind, body and spirit.

The above text was taken from the Umasan website.  You can learn more about the Umasan fashion house at www.umasan-world.com.

"W" Jewelry and Accessories by Rima Sauma Wazen

The "W" jewelry brand is in itself an invitation on a journey. The designer, Rima Sauma Wazen is of Lebanese and Italian descent and has been designing and assembling jewelry using stones from Tahiti, the Far East, and Australia since 2007. "W" jewelry's unique pieces are now being sold at the Toiny hotel in St. Barth, the island that inspired Rima.

When asked why she chose to sell her jewelry in St. Barth, Rima says: "St Barth is truly inspirational thanks to its marine theme, which fits in with pieces that blend a more classic form with more unique colours."

The above profile and text were taken from Chic Magazine whose link may be found below.

You can learn more about Rima's creations by visiting:

Ligne St Barth

Ligne St Barth's cosmetics and perfumes are made here on the home island of Hotel Le Toiny - Saint-Barthelemy - the most exclusive island in the Caribbean.

Our Serenity Spa Cottage services are delivered in conjunction with Ligne St Barth.  La Boutique at Hotel Le Toiny St Barth makes available a selection of product from the Ligne St Barth.

You can learn more about Ligne St Barth by visiting their site at www.lignestbarth.com.