French Touch designer sales
Between luxury names and ready-to-wear, French brands offer you affordable top-range designs. During the sales, treat yourself to the French Touch at gentle prices.
Popess of the French Touch
An emblematic figure of the new generation of French designers and a favourite among those who love on-trend, easy-to-wear fashion, Isabel Marant designs cult pieces that are world renowned (Dickers boots, Beckett platform sneakers and more).
The boss of the French Touch
L’Atelier français de Production et de Création (A.P.C) was one of the first brands to venture into the affordable high-end design segment. Its founder, Jean Touitou, loves quality and simplicity. Clean, straight lines, impeccable cuts, quality fabrics and affordable prices characterise his men’s and women’s collection.
The rocker of the French Touch
Zadig et Voltaire was one of the first brands to position itself in the affordable luxury segment with its trendy collections and resolutely “glam-rock” image. Make use of the sales to buy some of their cult pieces, Tunisian collar shirts and iconic bags.
French style dandy
The Kooples’s mixed dandy wardrobe surfs on cutting-edge rock and Brit references. Go as a couple during the sales and unearth a flowing little floral dress for her, a fitted suit for him, and jewellery to share, at easy prices.
The most urban of French brands
Sandro mainly targets active and trendy young women who want quality and intend to stand out. Daring and original yet comfortable to wear any day, the collection lies somewhere between the extravagance of young designers and the discernment of other brands. They also have a men’s range.
The most feminine of French brands
The brand if you’re looking for feminine, trendy, authentic and fun fashion. Though Maje’s ethno-chic inspired collection has become more urban over time, you’ll still find that accent on a “choice piece”, gorgeous fabrics and fun detail.
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