Franck Sorbier

Franck Sorbier is a French fashion designer who founded his eponymous fashion house in 1987. Having previously worked for the likes of Thierry Mugler, Franck Sorbier presented his first collection in 1987. With a love for design from an early age, Sorbier designs are innovative and artful. This has been recognised throughout his career, earning a Master of Art label from the French Ministry for Culture, as well as being awarded Haute Couture status in 2005.

With a commitment to simultaneously honouring traditional techniques and exploring new ones, Franck Sorbier produces one-of-a-kind designs which continue to excite. Haute Couture collections are showcased twice a year, and each collection provides intricate, unique and impressive garments, designed and created with expert know-how. A 2020 collection from Franck Sorbier drew inspiration from Mexican actress María Félix, a star of Latin American cinema. The show saw Mediterranean-inspired designs, with flowing skirts and puffed shirts. With vintage-inspired embroidery and sumptuous ribbons flowing from dresses, a passionate spirit was produced throughout collections. The show featured models on horses, demonstrating the artistic and dramatic nature of Haute Couture. 
For inquiries about Haute Couture designs, Franck Sorbier can be contacted through the website of the fashion house.