Sophie Grégoire, Agnelle

Sophie Grégoire for Lamb. In 1937, Joseph Pourrichou, director of Papeteries du Limousin, created the "City of Leather Gloves" in Saint-Junien in the Limousin region. the glove workshop for his son Lucien. Today, the company is managed by Sophie Grégoire remains a family business since 3 generations.

Sold in 1999 to Well Lamont, the leading American glove manufacturer, Agnelle was bought by Sophie Grégoire in 2001.

Her obsession: cultivating glove-making expertise to adapt to fashion and new technological materials, and developing her own Agnelle brand. Her efforts have been rewarded: 2010, Veuve Cliquot Businesswoman Prize, 2011, Insignia of Knight in the National Order of the Legion of Honour, 2012, KBL Richelieu Grand Prize for the Most Valuable Entrepreneur.

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Agnelle works closely with the world's leading fashion and ready-to-wear houses: Christian Dior, Balenciaga, Alaïa, Roger Vivier, Ralph Lauren, Lanvin, Marc Jacobs, Givenchy, Christopher Kane, Oscar de la Renta, Proenza Schouler...

These collections pass through the highly demanding materials laboratory, and bear witness to a work of excellence and the life of an ever-expanding body of expertise. Turned towards innovation. The bearer of a history.

Agnelle develops dynamic partnerships: perfumed gloves with Guerlain, driving gloves with Veuve Cliquot Champagnes, leather headbands with Princesse Tam Tam, exceptional gloves with l'Eclaireur...

Agnelle creates innovative capsule collections that combine the same equation of creativity and know-how, the fusion of handwork with the contemporary. Anthony Vaccarello, Cédric Charlier, Véronique Leroy, Wanda Nylon, Marchand Drapier, Jean Charles de Castelbajac and Louis-Gabriel Nouchi are all part of this adventure.