In 1961, André Courrèges founded his eponymous design brand. A few years later, he released a futuristic haute couture collection. The fashion world considered him a revolutionary for his white skirts, flat boots, and silvery materials. Courrèges made clothing for active women looking for functional designs. His flat boots, A-line mini-skirts, and vinyl jackets soon became icons. In 1965, Yves Saint Laurent said, “I was stuck in a rut of traditional elegance. Courrèges got me out of it.”

In the 1970s, he dressed the world’s most elegant women: Catherine Deneuve, Jackie Kennedy, Brigitte Bardot, Romy Schneider, and Françoise Hardy. In 1972, André Courrèges designed the official uniforms of the Munich Olympics, worn by more than 20,000 staff during the games. The same year, he launched the perfume Empreinte.

Over time, the designer implemented a licensing policy that allowed him to develop new products like accessories and leather goods. Jean Charles de Castelbajac designed Courrèges’ 1994 and 1995 collections. The following year, Coqueline Courrèges took over as head of the house and designed the clothing. In 2011, Jacques Bungert and Frédéric Torloting, former heads of advertising agency Young & Rubicam, bought this timeless, avant-garde French brand and decided to re-launch it internationally.



“There is a difference between style and fashion. Fashion changes; style is lasting, it has a distinctive personality. I am not a fashion person.”

Courrèges brand, Ready-to-wear and cosmetics.

Bottle 32 ml / 1.08 fl.oz - Soap 40 g / 1.41 oz - White mat tray 176 x 97 x 20 mm

Courrèges hotel line.
Eau de Courrèges - Tonic, Independent, Free.

Bottles 32 ml / 1.08 fl.oz - Soap 40 g / 1.41 oz

Body lotion, Conditioner, Shower gel, Shampoo
Gentle soap

Courrèges hotel line.