Since launching its first store in 1992 in St. Barth, Calypso St. Barth
has grown from a modest resort-wear boutique to a luxury lifestyle
brand with a passionate international following. Inspired by travel,
culture & the arts, the brand reveals unique & feminine pieces, which
women of every age have come to love. From exotic dip dyed caftans
to luxurious cashmere cardigans, the brand’s apparel and accessories
are designed for women to endlessly mix and match into countless
combinations of effortless elegance.
The brand’s luxury boutiques, like its merchandise, offer a wonderfully
refreshing sense of escape. Calypso St. Barth’s namesake collection is
displayed alongside carefully curated pieces from international designers
for an eclectic assortment with wide appeal. Visitors not only encounter
exquisite textures, rich colors and special embellishments, but a unique
sense of Calypso St. Barth’s inimitable joie de vivre.
Calypso St. Barth opened a home furnishings boutique in New York
City’s Soho in 2006. The ever-evolving collection features items by
contemporary American and European designers with a cool mix of
traditional artisan goods from India, Brazil and more. Moroccan-print
pillows and colorful plush stacks of cashmere blankets are displayed
alongside mimosa-scented candles and exotic furniture to create a
distinct sense of place. In addition to its own brand of throws and rugs,
the store offers pieces from exclusive designers. The Home collection,
like Calypso St. Barth’s apparel line, features natural textiles from
around the world, and inspire visitors to turn their living spaces into
truly unique, effortlessly chic havens.
Dreamy hints of orange blossom, white peach, and sandalwood are a
few of the notes in Calypso St. Barth’s fragrance collection, created in
1996. Conscientiously packaged in recycled French butcher and craft
paper, the eau de toilettes and candles are available in six signature
scents: Gardenia, Mimosa, Herbe d'Ete, Vanille, Bellini, and Levande.
The captivating scents transport you to another place and convey
a subtle yet alluring sense of ‘je ne sais quoi’.