In 1960, Tribouillard launched a revolutionary new process for printing English weaves that were very fashionable at the time but said to be “unprintable”. In fact, his clients were won over by his much-loved floral prints, and in just a few years, the bold young man was applauded across the globe, Encouraged by his success, Daniel Tribouillard brought the Leonard brand to the world, developing his style by adopting the Orchid as an emblem: a delicate wild flower “without geometric limits.”
In 1968, Daniel Tribouillard presented his first collection of printed silk jersey dresses with a slogan emphasizing the lightness of the fabric: “The Leonard Dress: 150g of happiness”. In the early 70s, the House diversified its production (perfumes, ties, silk scarves) and created its own distribution network. The years went by, innovations and inventions came one after the other and shaped the brand's reputation. In 1994, the House of Leonard joined the French 'Féderation de la Couture' and performed its first fashion show at the Carrousel du Louvre. 2013 took the Leonard Paris line to new heights in their cutting-edge creative process and production technology as they have continued to research and explore unknown solutions that could be adopted for an individual woman.
Today, Leonard Paris is synonymous across the globe with unparalleled creativity and emotion. Leonard's originality is founded on a unique and recognizable style shared by all of its designs, as well as the fabrics used.
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