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Frank Sorbier

Colleagues, journalists, professionals, buyers, all agree on the perfect technique of Franck Sorbier's collections, particularly on his choice of fabrics, the clean cut quality of his workmanship and-above all-his refined details. Franck Sorbier's main aim is to fulfill with his realizations the feminity of the woman he dresses. His consummate taste was mastered while working on different collections (woman, man, accessories) for Le Printemps, Mafia, Nelli Rodi, Li Edelkoort and couturiers such as Thierry Mugler and Chantal Thomas. He now realizes all his models at his premises. The showroom becomes a boutique - on Saturdays only - where private clients can order custom-made dresses for special occasions. Inspired and guided by everyday's life, always with a touch of humor or a glimpse of tenderness, Franck Sorbier creates feminity. Jackets, columm or mermaid-dresses, pants, skirts, coats, umbrellas and scarves, emphasize the many beautiful facets of a woman. Though adaptable to whoever wears them, the models of Franck Sorbier bear a recognizable, strong and insolent style. His prints, embroideries, hand-painted fabrics, ornamental diversions allow him to further exalt the eternal woman.


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