Chantal Thomass made her entry into the fashion world in the late 1960s. At that time of endless possibility, she created her off-the-rack brand, Ter and Bantine, and launched her trademark style: feminine, daring, irreverent, and unexpected. Fabric shiny like plastic, flannelette, Lurex… the young stylist dared to try anything and jumped head first into the creative madness that was the 70s.
Her bohemian and lighthearted style immediately caught the eye of the big stars of the time – led by Brigitte Bardot, and the most high-class boutiques, like the famous Dorothée Bis.
The adventure of Ter and Bantine or the first steps in fashion