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Montreal designer MICHELLE SECOURS started her women’s clothing label in 1997. From the beginning, she developed the original idea of integrating fur pieces into wildly coloured merino wool knits. Frëtt designs had immediate succes and her collections soon traveled across Canada, the USA and to Europe.
In 2006, Michelle Secours set her sights on local small scale production and moved her workshop to Caplan in the GASPÉ (East of Québec).
In these new headquarters she created a spring-summer line favouring the use of natural fibers and comfortable cuts.
In 2007, Frëtt ventured into making clothes for MEN using warm merino and alpaca knits and supple organic linens and cottons; fabrics that have become the designer’s mainstay since.
As of 2012, Michelle Secours has split Frëtt into TWO COLLECTIONS : the Frëtt Classiques line for renewing her best loved and most successful designs each season and the Frëtt Design line for giving free reign to her creative talent.
Much to the pleasure of connaiseurs and newcomers to her label alike, Frëtt blends quality and experience into all her clothing designs throughout every season’s collection.
Throughout the seasons, we improve on our best cuts and designs to create our classics, AFFORDABLE, DURABLE and TIMELESS pieces
This spring-summer 2012 Frëtt is turning Japanese! An original collection that breathes! Extensible linens and cotons or knits, its all about being comfortable while looking cute!
Pullovers and t-shirts made of silky organic cotton jerseys, pants and shirts made of linen and stretch cottons, etc. Frëtt comfort for the relaxed man
Frëtt Origines | Fur pieces and accessories
A wink back at the origins of Frëtt, the initial magic touch that comes from mixing fur with knits and other fabrics; designs that will spark your primal instincts!