Gallégo-Desportes

After meeting at university where they were both studying fashion design, Virginie Gallégo and Fabien Desportes launched their first collection of clothing in 1993, under the name Gallégo-Desportes. Years later, the brand expanded beyond France, reaching stores in Japan, the US, Canada, Australia, and Korea. Made with care in the founders' workshop, the collections for men and women are effortlessly chic and timeless. The Paris boutique features a selection of Gallégo-Desportes pieces in a bright and relaxed space.

Gallégo-Desportes

  • 6 Rue Saint-Gilles, 75003 Paris, France

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