Le Quinze - Serge Blanco
Le Quinze is the clothing range created by Serge Blanco, for adults and children.
Boutiques in Agen, Bordeaux, Dax, Mont-de-Marsan, Hossegor Biarritz, Pau, Poitiers, Royan, Angoulême, La Rochelle, Arcachon...
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Founded in 1987 by Franck Mesnel, the name comes from the Eden Park Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand, where Franck Mesnel played during the first Rugby World Cup final against the All Blacks.
Boutiques in Bordeaux, Dax, Pau, Bayonne, Agen, Limoges…
In Biarritz, the boutique is run by Francis Haget.
Laulhere... Quintessential berets
The beret, symbol of the French, just like the baguette, is the must-of-musts ac-cessory for supporting the French national rugby team. Laulhère, established in 1840 in Oloron-Sainte-Marie at the foot of the Pyrénées, is currently the only milliner which makes all its berets in France using traditional manufacturing processes.
Today, in addition to the historic black beret, it also proposes 100% in-vogue models, including berets for women. Although the planet's most famous guerrilla (Che Guevara) constantly wore a Laulhère beret, the firm's latest creations have been show-cased by the actress Emma Watson and the singers Rihanna and Madonna.
Boutique 100% Gaillard à Brive
The boutique opened in 2014 and proposes a range of fashion-style and sports clothes for women, men and children recognizable thanks to its famous moustache, the brand and the town's em-blematic symbol, which illustrates the strong, quirky and fun-filled aspect of the word "gaillard" (play on words from Brive-la-Gaillarde and the French word meaning shrewd, strong, lively, mate... depending on the context)!