Particular characteristics of French luxury brands are often built around an elegant and notable iconic figure such as Coco Chanel.
It is now recognized worldwide as a synonym of quality and elegance.
The image of sophistication and provocation are used to produce the sense of luxury at the highest levels of the brand.
French fashion has long been reflective of social and economic hierarchy, illuminating the distinction among classes.
Paris is the creative center for a business model that has evolved greatly, yet still remains centered on the spirit of haute couture.
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