Franck Sorbier is a Paris fashion house that achieved haute couture status in 2005.
Franck Sorbier presented his first collection in 1987. Then, some major stores, such as Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus in the United States, Seibu in Japan, noticed him.
In 1995, The renowned French jeweller and watchmaker Cartier gave him the opportunity to present his winter 95/96 collection in a prestigious place, the "Carrousel du Louvre".
All agree on the perfect technique of Franck Sorbier's collections, particularly on his choice of fabrics, the clean cut quality of his workmanship and-above all-his refined details. Franck Sorbier's main aim is to fulfill with his realizations the feminity of the woman he dresses.
Jackets, columm or mermaid-dresses, pants, skirts, coats, umbrellas and scarves, emphasize the many beautiful facets of a woman. Though adaptable to whoever wears them, the models of Franck Sorbier bear a recognizable, strong and insolent style. His prints, embroideries, hand-painted fabrics, ornamental diversions allow him to further exalt the eternal woman.