French fashion for men

Aigle (External link)

The Aigle tradition of elegant, comfortable outdoor clothing for the whole family, with trendy designs and technically innovative fabrics dates back to 1853. The brand’s objective is to encourage “the reintroduction man into nature”!

Alain Figaret

The revived tradition: the design of shirts, clothing and accessories, which bear witness to a unique savoir-faire combining tradition, expertise and innovation, from one season to the next.


The relaxed, classic style of “Atelier Production et Création” needs no introduction. The brand is renowned for its timeless, aesthetic and simple designs made from quality materials.

Arthur & Fox

Elegant suits, jackets and coats for men, made from cashmere, tweed and Super 100s wool. It is possible to buy semi-finished clothing at reasonable prices. A wide range of shirts with coloured topstitches is available.

Billtornade (External link)

Billtornade has been part of the world of high fashion for more than 30 years. 30 years of dressing the stars, 30 years of confidence and endearment with the men and women who chose the brand when it was established and have remained loyal to it ever since.

Dormeuil (External link)

Over the years, the reputation of the House of Dormeuil as a manufacturer of luxury fabrics has gained approval of the world of haute couture. Its fabrics are used in the fashion shows of the most prestigious houses. Let us not forget that the brand also boasts collections of ready-to-wear men’s clothing.

Eden Park (External link)

Set up in 1987 by five Racing Club de France rugby players, Eden Park makes stylish sportswear for men, women and children. The brand’s logo, a pink bow-tie, is a reminder of the founders’ dashing careers on the field!

Façonnable (External link)

Established in the South of France in 1950, Façonnable is synonymous with sportswear chic. The brand’s stylish casuals feature simple cuts and colours inspired by the landscape of the French Riviera..

J.M. Weston

For more than a century, J. M. Weston shoes have been made to the highest traditional standards. Artistic director Michel Perry has brought this expertise into the 21st century with new versions of Weston’s legendary models.

Paul & Joe (External link)

Sophie Albou's style is just like the designer herself- flamboyant and unconventional. She showcases youthful, fresh, retro collections of ready-to-wear items for men which have a colourful vibe.

Renoma (External link)

Renowned in the world of fashion, Maurice Renoma is one of the creators of the essence of Parisian fashion trends, through his Renoma brand of course, but also due to his photographs.

The Kooples (External link)

Created by the founders of the “Comptoir des Cotonniers” brand, “The Kooples” was established in 2008. What is its concept? A black and white boutique, with a minimalistic decor, offering clothes that are almost unisex with a very “British rock” style, inspired by glamorous couples who are the brands’ icons.

Zilli (External link)

The House of Zilli: French know-how. Jackets, coats, suits, knitwear, shirts, ties, belts, shoes, leather goods, cufflinks and more: with Zilli, unique items are more important than the idea of collections - providing a sensory experience that goes far beyond mere utilitarianism.