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Based in 60 international territories with a total of 1,330 stores worldwide our business is built upon strong values of Innovation, Inspiration, Integrity and In Touch. These values have been at the heart of how we do business over the years. Our ranges include womenswear, lingerie, beauty, menswear, kids wear, food and home which are sold through our international stores. Our stores stretch across Europe, Middle East and Asia and we are continuing to grow our international presence through a multi-channel approach. The world's first Arabic Marks & Spencer signboard was put up in the Dubai store, located at the Al-Futtaim Centre in January 1998 by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Minister of Defence - UAE.
Pierre Balmain SA designs clothing collections for women, men, and kids worldwide. The company offers outerwear, dresses and skirts, tops, jeans and trousers, shoes, bags, and accessories; and fragrances. It serves customers through its stores, as well as via online. Pierre Balmain SA was formerly known as Maison Balmain SA. The company was founded in 1945 and is based in Paris, France with stores and boutiques in France and internationally.
French designer Louis Féraud founded his eponymous fashion label in the stylish surrounds of Cannes in 1950. In 1955, the designer opened his first couture house on Paris’s prestigious Rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré, with clients that included much of the capital’s elite as well as legendary actress Brigitte Bardot. The effortless sophistication of Féraud’s creations lives on today, offering wearers an instant slice of Parisian style.
Ted Lapdius, the fashion designer who did more than any other to connect military looks with la mode, has died on the French Riviera at the age of 79. Though he had been absent from the Parisian scene for the past two decades, Lapidus was once a highly influential designer, whose ability to meld street style with French couture once made him a revolutionary figure in the hothouse 1960s. Ironically, at a moment when the Woodstock generation devoted itself to Flowerpower and pacifism, Lapidus. injected military symbols into his collections. Elements like gold buttons, piping, epaulettes and four-button jackets were key parts of the Lapidus style, which won a huge European following when the designer began using mass production methods to make his prices accessible to the average consumer.