Macon, October 2017

Unisex fashion brand BROWNIE AND BLONDIE has moved its Headquarter from Berlin, Germany to Macon, France. The official opening of the new premises will be celebrated November 10th 2017 with local and international customers and suppliers.

The new location in France will accommodate the growth of its online business, providing a stronger local presence in Macon and a more central and accessible venue for European suppliers.

Originally built in the 18th century as a splendid mansion, the beautiful landmarked building nowadays houses the Art & Letters society. 

Commenting on the move, Fabrice Couturier, founder of Brownie and Blondie, said: “By moving its Headquarter to France, Brownie and Blondie is going back to its roots. Macon is my birthplace, my family lives and works here and after decades in Paris and Berlin we want to give something back and support this region. Even though we are an internationally operating fashion brand, Brownie and Blondie has always been a family enterprise with strong personal relations to employees, suppliers and collaboration partners.”

The duality and alliance of opposite values inspires the unisex nature of Brownie and Blondie. With the new Headquarter in Macon the brand embraces the differences between tradition and innovation, between rural and urban. The new location emphasizes the contrast between the brand’s innovative unisex collection, its technically advanced fabrics and the landmarked architecture and interior design of the historic building.

Brownie and Blondie is a French fashion label founded in 2011. The brand is built upon having distinct gender independent collections, which offer high quality clothing as well as an unique brand universe. Brownie and Blondie is an unisex tailoring brand and is producing two lines: a main line and a socks collection both produced only in Europe. The brand will keep its creative lab and design studio in Berlin and continue with Pop ups and special collaborations all over Europe.

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