The Art of Distinction
— Spring Summer 2020
Simon & Bertrand Laufer
Alix Le Naour
Born in Paris in 1973, the brand settled its first workshops in the Saint-Pierre-de-Fursac village, from which it gets its name. Relaunched following the takeover of Edmond Cohen in 1990, De Fursac opened its first store in 1992, in the most iconic place of the 19th century French elegance: the "High Life Taylor," at 112 rue de Richelieu in Paris.
With a strong parisian DNA, the Brand goes through the ages, blends tailoring heritage, casual pieces and evening wear. Blending yesterday's elegance with contemporary chic, its collections reflect its own reputation: pertinent and durable.
The De Fursac Man is a plural and timeless man. He is as much the man with a tailor spirit who appreciates fine materials, as the young urban looking for chic pieces. Green, blue sky, chocolate: bright outfits coexist with the powerful patterns of a short-sleeved shirt or the off-white of a shawl tuxedo. Like the men in chosen exile, De Fursac mixes the colors under the sky of the eternal summer of origins.
The De Fursac Universe
Sublimated by touches of lacquered wood, navy or brass finishes, De Fursac spaces create a cozy and warm environment. A mixture of nobility and intimacy, the spirit of the place allows the experience of a discreet, familiar and accessible luxury, that of feeling good.