Discover the best French fashion brands and find their stores in Paris. French brands of shoes. French handbag brands.
Many lesser known French fashion brands maintain the French touch, a mixture of elegance and design. You will best find these fashion brands at Paris Department Stores, Paris Shopping Malls, in Le Marais Paris shopping streets.
Monoprix retail stores have excellent French fashion at reasonable price. Check list of Monoprix Paris stores.
Our selection of what we consider the best brands, the brands we love and wear in Paris, is not limitative.
Cyrillus is designing perfect classical French apparel of prime quality. Their well made clothes are ideal for families with children. Everybody can wear Cyrillus.
French fashion brand Armor Lux is known for the originality of its collections inspired by the ocean in Brittany. They provide a mix of quality and tradition.
Tara Jarmon clothes are adapted to elegant and dynamic women. The Tara Jarmon French fashion brand is the embodiment of feminine simplicity. You will find fantastic evening dresses in their stores.
Comptoir des Cotonniers is a very trendy French fashion brand focusing on girls and their mothers. They have high quality clothes at reasonable prices.
Don't miss the inventive king of sportswear, Lacoste, famous for the green crocodile on their polos.
For children, we recommend Petit-Bateau, a traditional quality French brand, and cheaper Du Pareil au Meme.
Gerard Darel is famous for their lovely and high quality handbags. See other french handbag brands.
Among the French brands of shoes, we recommend high-end and trendy Christian Louboutin shoes, Jonak and their boots, casual Lacoste shoes.
Comptoir des cotonniers
Du Pareil au meme
Paul & Joe
Zadig & Voltaire
During the reign of King Louis XIV between the mid 1600s to early 1700s, there was a significant boost in the country’s economic power as he ceased the import of foreign goods.
The King encouraged French industries to become the largest producers of luxury fabrics such as silk, lace, ribbons and other fine textiles and export them throughout Europe. French fashion consequently rose to prominence and recognition on a worldwide scale.
Today, Paris is home to one of the largest textile industries in the world, working with numerous couture design houses and manufacturing facilities.
French designers continue to experiment with fashion, using different styles and numerous textiles, while starting new trends that influence future generations of the fashion industry, as well as fashion devotees.