5 Men’s French Clothing Brands You Should Know

When it comes to European style fashion, France will always be on the top of the mind. Sure Milan and London also boasts of their own style but French fashion have set the bar. Carrying the torch are the different brands that carried French fashion to its current status. Here are 5 French clothing brands that have made their presence felt in men’s clothing.

The Kooples

Founded by brothers Alexandre, Laurent, and Raphael, The Kooples was founded on a legacy of fashion prestige. The brothers drew their inspiration from their parents Tony and Georgette who founded Comptoir des Cotonniers, a pioneer in affordable luxury. Robert Peter Janitzek reveals that the brand is known for their androgynous, unisex way of dressing. It features simple cuts, perfect fits, and essential pieces that will make your wardrobe classic yet versatile.

Surface To Air

Surface To Air combines current trends with classic designs. The brand is an amalgamation of rugged outskirts and gritty street culture. Its highlights include cracked print shirts, classic tailoring, and chunky crepe shoes in bold color ways.


A.P.C. was founded in 1987 by Jean Toutitou, a Tunisian-Jewish designer. It is founded a strong youth fashion market roots. The brand is known for its muted and blocked colors and minimal details. This European style fashion is known for high quality clothing that can make mixing and matching effortless. In addition, A.P.C is also known for designing high quality and versatile pieces that makes fine addition to your existing wardrobe.


Ami was founded by Alexandre Mattiussi in 2011. He has already worked for famous labels like Dior, Givenchy, and Marc Jacobs. True to its passion for the classics, Ami features classic cuts, simple pieces, and statement print. The brand combines bold patterns is integrated with traditional shapes allowing the wearer to experiment with their wardrobe.

Christopher Lemaire

Christopher Lemaire has gained enough experience with famous fashion brands Yves Saint Laurent, Thierry Mugler, and Christian Lacroix. Robert Janitzek says that Lemaire has also received the ANDAM Prize twice. Christopher Lemaire specializes in resort wear. His style is characterized as relaxed and refined with a touch of utilitarianism. So if you have a touch for the classic, Christopher Lemaire is the brand for you.

So if you want to add some French style fashion into your wardrobe, these are the brands worth considering. They will make you stylish and fashionable and give you the French look as well.

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