Mr.G present at the PITTI IMMAGINE fashion trade show, June 14-17 2011 in Florence, Italy

June, 6, 2011- Paris, France. Gilles CHAVET, Founder and CEO. Mr.G will be present at the PITTI IMMAGINE fashion trade show on June 14-17 2011 in Florence, Italy.
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* Menswear

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June 6, 2011 - PRLog -- The philosophy of Gilles Chavet, founder of Mr. G in Paris, is to challenge French know-how and craftsmanship, in order to offer to a discerning clientele, a creative, distinguish and unusual collection of products.
The values of Mr. G’s are: creativity, know-how & craftsmanship.
The company was established in Paris 1st in April 2009. In September 2009, Mr. G was awarded the distinction of most creative collection at the Paris exhibition Eclat de mode, for its cufflink’s collection.

Mr. G’s collections are available worldwide at selected department stores and specialty men’s boutiques.

Product information:

Slip-Out Shoe Collection:
The idea behind this launch is to present a line of extremely comfortable shoes made in France, influenced by slippers in the construction, but offering the discerning clients the opportunity to step outside. The Mr. G “slip-out” client is a gentleman who deserves luxury for himself, indulging without the flashy logo of mainstream brands.
Cufflinks Collections:
3 variations of the use of porcelain
Monobloc Collection: All porcelain cufflinks, hand molded and hand painted in Limoges, France.

Ice Collection: Porcelain inserts in gold or silver plated oval or rectangle structure.
Twin Collection: Round porcelain inserts in gold or silver plated, diamond carved square structure.
Académie bracelets: Influenced by :
The French Académie, an institution created in 1635, responsible for the French dictionary. Forty members called the “immortels” (elected for life).
The survival bracelet worn for decades in the US army.
The result is an exclusive, hand-made collection of bracelets using linen, silk, gold, silver threads and leather attached to a sterling silver or vermeil clasp.

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