Frëtt Design - fall/winter 2002

Frëtt Design by Michelle Secours staged a lavish show at the Spectrum, performance venue extraordinaire, for Montreal Fashion Week. The live layered jungle techno of Tippy Agogo was eclipsed only by a fantastic tricots and fur collection infused with true Québecois verve.

Frëtt is luxurious. Fur and wool are fused expertly in the collection, whether it be the fur-lined v-neck ecru dress with pagoda sleeves, the fur patchwork vest or the comfortably hanging fur-lined knit caftans. Frëtt also has a hand in this season’s trend of blurring the line between coat and top. The label shines brightest with the tribal print, as seen in the ecru wraparound skirt and top with rolled epaulets.

Michelle Secours’ creations also appeared in the Furworks Canada presentation, designing for Antonio Proietti. With 38 points of sale in Canada and the U.S. for Frëtt Design, Secours is bound to convince many more that touches of fur in all the right places can be at once platyful, chic and luxurious

Daniel Cox, Fashion Editor
Marek Wlazlo, Photographer