Agnès B. at Paris Fashion Week - Men's SS15

Count Prince Jarl Alexandre Alé de Basseville, EYES IN Corporation's President of International Affairs, covered Paris Fashion Week, Men's Fashions. We have included his finale clip of some of his favorite impressions from the Agnès B. Spring Summer 2015 collection.

EYES IN Magazine Editor-in-Chief Vivian Van Dijk reviewed the collection from New York: "The artistic dandy look is back! Brought to you by Agnès B., being an 'artistic dandy' means you have a full range of accessories like hats and scarfs to use to manifest yourself as a fashionisto. Agnès B creates candies for the eye by using striking design prints with a sweet flavor to show the charming side of the dandy."

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Agnès B.

"agnès b. opened her first shop on Rue du Jour in Paris in 1975. Since then, she has designed clothing for men, women, and children that reflects the spirit of the age by creating a wardrobe that can easily adapt to every personality and can be worn for a very long time. Today, agnès b. continues to design each collection that bears her name, including accessories, watches, jewelry, and sunglasses. The company has more than one hundred shops throughout the world. A family enterprise, a civic enterprise, agnès b. tries as much as possible to keep her production in France."

Agnès B. and 'Fabrique en France'

"'Fabrique en France' is the set of knowledge-based traditions and techniques that I have strived to maintain in France since 1976, the year I launched the agnès b. brand. I've always felt it important to keep our national industries alive to avoid their decline and prevent whole cities to become jobless areas. It is also a way to contribute to the exposure of French culture abroad.

For that reason, in September 2010, I decided to include the label 'Fabrique en France' on certain garments. Thus, over 40% of my collections are made in France. In certain countries, one minute of labor costs seventy times less than in France, but if more companies repatriated their productions in France, volumes would be increased and costs lowered."

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