French designer André Courrèges was passionate about futurism and modernism. When he opened his self-titled Parisian couture house in 1961, he was an early adopter of modern technology and utilized it to create new fabrics. He designed the first iconic white go-go boot, and was one of the designers to invent the miniskirt. Since then the brand’s futuristic aesthetic was adjusted to fit the style of contemporary women. The brand’s iconic bright colors and bursts of metallic finishes are a playful touch to their striking pieces. The house is most notably known for their crisp cuts, structured materials and innovative shapes.
In February 2018, Courrèges announced German designer Yolanda Zobel, formerly at Jil Sander and Acne Studios, as creative director. Explore our women’s edit which includes a vinyl mini skirt from our exclusive collaboration with Lane Crawford.