PARIS — Inès de la Fressange Paris and glove-maker Georges Morand de Saint-Junien have signed a worldwide licensing agreement.It spans the line of glove’s production, distribution and communication in France and abroad.A selection of models for winter 2016-17 will be sold in the Inès de la Fressange boutique on Paris’ Left Bank starting in November. The first full collection, for winter 2017-18, is to be presented at the Première Classe trade show in January 2017.It is not the first time Inés de la Fressange and Georges Morand have worked together. Two decades ago, when de la Fressange owned her signature label, they collaborated on a glove line.
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