Turnover: 10 million EUR (2018)
The brand was created in 1933 by Jankel Grimbert or Grünberg, who came from a Russian Jewish family that emigrated to France (her six other brothers emigrated to the United States). He opens a blouse shop, initially at 119 rue du Faubourg-du-Temple. Other shops follow in Paris. Jankel Grünberg dies in deportation to Auschwitz. His sons Léon and Albert take over the business after the liberation of Paris in August 1944. Then Léon Grimbert's children, Michel and Jean, took over, working together. They made it a chic Parisian brand.
Absorbed by Berluti from the LVMH group in 2012 it is prized by politicians and other personalities . She notably dresses François Fillon, Pierre Moscovici, Pierre Bénichou and Serge Moati. The latter had adopted the so-called "forest" jacket, made of cotton moleskin, lined in yellow and/or red, inspired by jackets worn at the beginning of the xx e century by the game wardens of Sologne, a model long considered the paragon of French men's fashion.