POLICEBAG

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Police, the De Rigo Group's house brand, was launched in Italy in 1982 as unisex eyewear and a metropolitan manifesto for those who set out to get noticed. The Police attitude made its worldwide mark right from the outset, as an Italian brand with potent international overtones. Building on its growing identity and positioning, over the years Police has reinvented itself, going from a simple eyewear brand to a veritable lifestyle benchmark. In this transformation, the brand extended to include a full range of fashion accessories - perfumes, watches, jewellery and leather goods - all with a strong personality, and representing a particular look and way of life. Young, authentic rebels, who follow the trends but seek to stand out with originality and flair, are thus irresistibly drawn to the Police "community".

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