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  1. Maison Fabre H 17 DC perrier, Cashmere lining

    Maison Fabre H 17 DC perrier, Cashmere lining

    Regular Price: €145.00

    Special Price €58.00

    The author
    The production house Maison Fabre, founded in 1924 in Millau, has been making leather gloves with discipline and craftsmanship for prestigious houses such as Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel and Dior. Today the heritage is in the hands of 4th generation Olivier Fabre.

    The object
    Maison Fabre selects the finest quality leather in the Millau tanneries. The gloves are lined with silk, cashmere, or fur. The secret of how to get the most even, smooth gloves, lies in the process of the 'warm hands’ ironing technique.

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  2. Maison Fabre Gabrielle 1 black, Silk lining

    Maison Fabre Gabrielle 1 black, Silk lining

    Regular Price: €150.00

    Special Price €60.00

    The author
    The production house Maison Fabre, founded in 1924 in Millau, has been making leather gloves with discipline and craftsmanship for prestigious houses such as Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel and Dior. Today the heritage is in the hands of 4rd generation Olivier Fabre.

    The object
    Maison Fabre selects the finest quality leather in the Millau tanneries. The gloves are lined with silk, cashmere, or fur. The secret of how to get the most even, smooth gloves, lies in the process of the 'warm hands’ ironing technique.

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  3. Maison Fabre Ribbed black, Cashmere lining

    Maison Fabre Ribbed black, Cashmere lining

    Regular Price: €205.00

    Special Price €82.00

    The author
    The production house Maison Fabre, founded in 1924 in Millau, has been making leather gloves with discipline and craftsmanship for prestigious houses such as Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel and Dior. Today the heritage is in the hands of 4th generation Olivier Fabre.

    The object
    Maison Fabre selects the finest quality leather in the Millau tanneries. The gloves are lined with silk, cashmere, or fur. The secret of how to get the most even, smooth gloves, lies in the process of the 'warm hands’ ironing technique.

    Learn More
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