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1950
Jean Goldberg, a master-tailor opens a boutique-atelier on rue Paradis in Nice the birthplace of the brand. Heir of the tradition and know-how of the great artisans of the Eastern Europe, he very quickly became a staple of the French Riviera.
The result of his work was to dress the stars of this era such as Cary Grant or Tony Curtis, with his unique form of classic style with a twist which helped quickly establish the brand in France.
1961
Albert Goldberg takes over Nice workshop. Know-How, inheritance received from his father, he learned the art of cutting and finishing. He creates a new fashion footprint for the contemporaries of his time reflecting the essence of the French Riviera.
1969
Precision cutting and luxury fabrics display an elegance that has been part of the DNA of the brand from the beginning.
1975
A wardrobe for a modern man from Mid 70’s. Faconnable collaborated with large European and American companies to create a collection of shoes, Alden, Sebago and Van’s. Faconnable collaborated as well with Loro Piana, Albert Goldberg created the “Facorain”, this invisible membrane allowed luxury wools and cashmeres to become water and windproof while still retaining their luxury hand and their natural breathability.
1980 - 2000
1987
To add to the brand breath of personality it diversified using the inspiration of the sun of the French Riviera to create a collection of optical wear and sunglasses.
1990
Façonnable launches a watches line.
1995

Launches creating a unique elegance for the American women. The spirit of the women’s collection is in line with the men’s, steeped in tradition and authenticity but the silhouette reinvents itself.

1999
After the success of the Women’s collection in America, the women's collection is launched in Europe in 1999. Façonnable then registers itself as a true French Art de vivre.
2001
Takeover by the American group, Nordstrom.
2006
The values derived from sports and Façonnable come together. Since 2006, Façonnable has been a major sponsor of the Monte-Carlo Rolex masters, one of the ATP’s most prestigious tournaments.
2007
Takeover by the Lebanese group, M1.
2014

Boldness of style with the French touch Façonnable renews itself with the arrival of its new artistic director Daniel Kearns.

Creating a current wardrobe, fusing his worldview with the philosophy of the brand,

developing a modern fresh look his first men’s and women’s collections for Fall-Winter 14.

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1950
Jean Goldberg, a master-tailor opens a boutique-atelier on rue Paradis in Nice the birthplace of the brand. Heir of the tradition and know-how of the great artisans of the Eastern Europe, he very quickly became a staple of the French Riviera.
The result of his work was to dress the stars of this era such as Cary Grant or Tony Curtis, with his unique form of classic style with a twist which helped quickly establish the brand in France.
1961
Albert Goldberg takes over Nice workshop. Know-How, inheritance received from his father, he learned the art of cutting and finishing. He creates a new fashion footprint for the contemporaries of his time reflecting the essence of the French Riviera.
1969
Precision cutting and luxury fabrics display an elegance that has been part of the DNA of the brand from the beginning.
1975
A wardrobe for a modern man from Mid 70’s. Faconnable collaborated with large European and American companies to create a collection of shoes, Alden, Sebago and Van’s. Faconnable collaborated as well with Loro Piana, Albert Goldberg created the “Facorain”, this invisible membrane allowed luxury wools and cashmeres to become water and windproof while still retaining their luxury hand and their natural breathability.
1980 - 2000
1987
To add to the brand breath of personality it diversified using the inspiration of the sun of the French Riviera to create a collection of optical wear and sunglasses.
1990
Façonnable launches a watches line.
1995

Launches creating a unique elegance for the American women. The spirit of the women’s collection is in line with the men’s, steeped in tradition and authenticity but the silhouette reinvents itself.

1999
After the success of the Women’s collection in America, the women's collection is launched in Europe in 1999. Façonnable then registers itself as a true French Art de vivre.
2001
Takeover by the American group, Nordstrom.
2006
The values derived from sports and Façonnable come together. Since 2006, Façonnable has been a major sponsor of the Monte-Carlo Rolex masters, one of the ATP’s most prestigious tournaments.
2007
Takeover by the Lebanese group, M1.
2014

Boldness of style with the French touch Façonnable renews itself with the arrival of its new artistic director Daniel Kearns.

Creating a current wardrobe, fusing his worldview with the philosophy of the brand,

developing a modern fresh look his first men’s and women’s collections for Fall-Winter 14.