Façonnable delivers its Spring/Summer 2011 Collection: The Art of Living
Façonnable recently unveiled the fresh 2011 Spring/Summer collection to the Middle-East market. The bright assortment reflects the spirit of the French Riviera - its singular color, rich history and unmistakable style. The collection includes not only men and women’s wear but also accessories for both.
Façonnable’s new range includes a range of colorful cardigans, jackets, jerseys, sweatshirts and other functional pieces that never go out of style.
Trench coats, blazers, vests and linen shirts all grace the new men’s collection. For the women’s collection, there is lots of silk, cotton and linen including a light wool shirt-dress in sophisticated black, to the practical everyday cotton stretch shirts, flattering Capri pants and fitted tees.
Clothing makes both the man and woman and Façonnable’s fine accessories complete their look. From scarves and shoes to belts and bags, the Façonnable men and women’s accessories collection is the perfect complement to Façonnable clothing.
The new collection draws on the Côte d’Azur heritage of the brand and is a master class in the Art de Vivre
“The Façonnable woman-confident, feminine and chic-walks stylishly next to the Façonnable man, who is elegantly relaxed. Façonnable’s new spring collection boasts a level of quality and a stylishness that looks sure to attract much attention this season,” said Lance Isham, CEO of Façonnable.
“You’ll feel like you’re strolling along the coastal gems of Saint Tropez, Saint-Paul de Vence, Nice and Monaco.
“In the Spring/Summer 2011 collection, you’ll find something to suit every taste. Each beautifully tailored piece is comfortable, versatile and you can be sure you’re dressing in the finest quality,” he added.
Bienvenue to the world of quality and taste. When you dress in Façonnable, everyday is like a perfect day by the sea.
The new season collection will be available in all Façonnable boutiques and multi brand stores.
First published in Men's Passion issue #34 October 2011