It's a noble fabric considered one of the finest forms of leather. The colour is produced by dip-dyeing, rather than treatments or finishes on the surface, meaning the leather can breathe and age while remaining smooth and supple. Dip-dyed full grain lambskin requires skins without marks or blemishes, and only perfect specimens are selected for this treatment. All the lambskin used for agnès b. collections comes from France or elsewhere in Europe.leather
Cotton jersey knit
Made in France, this fine cotton jersey knit is an essential fabric in the agnès b. collections. Tthis high-quality natural fabric provides a beautiful result thanks to the combed cotton. The flexible knit combined with the softness of the cotton makes this fabric very comfortable to wear. It is knitted on the only machines remaining in Europe dedicated to circular ribbed edge knitting, by our French supplier based in Troyes, who has partnered with agnès b. since 1982.Cotton jersey knit
A must-have piece at agnès b., which has desecrated it by offering a real choice in cuts and materials. Classic and timeless, the white shirt is an essential piece of the men's wardrobe. Some designs, notably in cotton poplin or cotton twill, are made in France. Depending on their collar and fabric, the names of agnès b. classic shirts vary (Andy, Syd, Tom, Thomas...) but they are almost always male names.
men's shirts guide
agnès b. has brought casualness to men's suits. She has softened the lines, narrowed the jackets, multiplied the details, and offered a true palette of colors and fabrics. Details that are constantly evolving: from the number of buttons to the length of pants to the collars. agnès b. has been using the same tailors for years, remaining faithful to their "know-how". Whether it's made from linen, cotton, tweed, dry wool, alpaca or velvet, an agnès b. suit can be worn for years.men's suits
She has always worked with the same manufacturers whose know-how she likes to promote.
As a family and citizen business very attached to French know-how, agnès b. strives to maintain, depending on the season, between 30 and 40% of its production in France.