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For driving in a convertible with the hair in the wind, in a sports or vintage car and even on a bicycle, don't leave without your Maison Fabre leather and cotton crochet mittens. Vintage chic that conjures up the heyday of driving.

                                                                                  THE HANDS OF THE SEVENTH ART

In almost a hundred years, Maison Fabre has acquired its letters of nobility with the cinema. In 1966, she created in particular the rally gloves of Jean-Louis Trintignant in "A Man and a Woman" by Claude Lelouch as well as the driving gloves in black suede by Steeve Mc Queen in "The Thomas Crown affair". The pair of gloves in green lambskin embroidered with gold thread by Don Salustre, interpreted by Louis de Funès in "La Folie des Grandeurs" was also made in our workshops.