Monte Carlo, April 17, 2017 – The Façonnable guests enjoyed a full day of matches and celebrations. The visit of... https://t.co/OB04whcS4U
April issue of Vanity Fair Italy, showcasing MCCC 2017 Collection.
Monte Carlo, April 17, 2017 – The Façonnable guests enjoyed a full day of matches and celebrations. The visit of Milos Ranic, promising Canadian tennis player. He was saluted by the Faconnable guests and tennis fans at the VIP village, enjoying the wonderful day at the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters.
WWD Spoke of us during the Monte Carlo Tennis Tournament 2017
SOME SPECIAL VISIT TODAY AT FAÇONNABLE VIP STAND
Monte Carlo, April 18, 2017 - The sun was still shining over today’s activities, greeting all tennis fans and supporters for their favourite players. Our guests were enjoying the presence of press members and a special guest, Swiss tennis champion Stan Wawrinka. Also our friend Cristina Cordula was here as a fan of the tennis player.
Pure tennis passion - with the Façonnable lifestyle of the day
Enjoy the 1st of April...
FAÇONNABLE'S KIDS SPECIAL DAY AT THE MONTE-CARLO COUNTRY CLUB\"
MONTE-CARLO – On Saturday, April 15, Façonnable had the pleasure to welcome the Indigo Association at the VIP Village Façonnable stand for the special day dedicated to kids. Façonnable created a special T-shirt, to celebrate their visit during the 2017 tournament. It was a joy and a privilege to host these great young guests at Façonnable. Tomas Berdych, the Czech tennis player, joined the Façonnable team for a very special autograph session for our little Tennis fans.
Reiterating its unique role in the luxury menswear with its “modern-classic” signature, Façonnable continues to strengthen its presence within the tennis sport world, and its commitment supporting kids’ charities.
The INDIGO Association (law 1901) was created in 1993 with the aim of improving the quality of life and care of sick children and their families as well as the medical staff of the Hematotology and Oncology Cancer Ward Pediatric Department of Lenval’s Foundation and Nice’s CHU. The Association also participates in medical staff trainings. Created by a team of doctors and nurses, the association gathers many members among families in need. Our patients, children and teenagers from 3 months to 18 years old, are treated for leukemia, cancer and HIV infections. These diseases demand heavy treatments (chemotherapy, radiotherapy, surgery), which can last from a few months to several years. They lead to constant hospitalizations and a regular follow-up in day hospitals. INDIGO implements and subsidizes several leisure activities inside the hospital in order to help children and teenagers to pursue their intellectual and psychological development during their hospitalization.