Masculine and feminine, the androgynous Sonia Rykiel pants 

Sonia Rykiel is renowned for her knitwear but the Queen of Knitwear’s fashion house also likes to shake things up and break the rules by designing collections of pants with bold, timeless style. 

Jeans are reinvented with contrasting stitching, the seventies-inspired flared shape is embellished with a wide, visible button fastening to show off the waist, perfect for tucking in Sonia Rykiel blouses. Some of the fashion house’s signature motifs, such as the visible stitching of the brand’s iconic sweaters, are revisited in a playful way, as a subtle nod, enhancing and lengthening the legs. Striped patchwork and contrasting colors brighten up the most understated Sonia Rykiel pants. 

Creating bold dresses and skirts 

Bold and colorful prints complement the collections of pants, skirts, jumpsuits and dresses by the Sonia Rykiel fashion house. 

Sonia Rykiel’s designs are unique and feminine. Whether made with denim or knit fabrics, openwork or lurex, long or short, the Sonia Rykiel skirt is a perfect companion. It can create structure or hug curves like an ode to femininity. Made with knit fabric, much loved by Sonia Rykiel, it transcends time and can be paired with any style and any shoes to reinvent contemporary fashion. 

Sonia Rykiel, breaking the rules 

Inspired by freedom of movement, Sonia Rykiel designs flowing pieces to suit all body types. Breaking the rules, the Sonia Rykiel dress is multifaceted and extravagant, just like the Parisian designer herself. It reinvents itself and reveals each and every body. In colorful, openwork fabric, to bring brightness to a woman’s wardrobe, intense black and embroidered with sequins as an invitation to dance, classic and timeless, its design plays with volume to reinterpret the shirt dress and give it a playful look. The Sonia Rykiel woman is free and so is her wardrobe.