Founded in 1961, the Courrèges house revolutionized the world of fashion and design through the pioneering of the “Space Age” aesthetic and ushering in the iconic mod styles of ultra-minis, go-go boots, and vinyl dresses. Movement, purity, color, and light are the hallmarks of the distinctive style that Courrèges began asserting in the early 60’s with an emphasis on structured lines and a focus on monochromatic looks. Eminently optimistic and full of energy, Courrèges has blazed a trail in every field where it has ever dared to venture. Today, the house has been revitalized by CEO Adrian Da Maia and Creative Director Nicholas Di Felice, though with the same essence of its original founder. Modern silhouettes such as leather trenches intersect with heritage pieces like the highly coveted cropped vinyl jackets and matching trousers for an updated wardrobe that feels as fashion-forward as it does classic, while transitional accessories adorned with the label’s signature logo avert garishness through their polished minimalism.