10 popular French Brands from the 90s you don’t hear about now

Many popular French brands from the 90s have either disappeared, been absorbed by larger corporations, or lost their prominence in the international market. Here are 10 such brands:

  1. Tati: Once a prominent discount store chain, known for its pink and white checkered pattern, Tati had numerous outlets in France. It declared bankruptcy and was absorbed by another company.
  2. Morgan de Toi: A popular fashion brand during the 90s and early 2000s, known for its chic designs targeted at young women. While it still exists, its presence is not as strong as it once was.
  3. Orangina Rough: A variant of the Orangina brand, its distinctive rough-textured bottle and pulpy content was popular in the 90s.
  4. Club Internet: One of the earliest and largest Internet Service Providers in France during the 90s. It was eventually bought out by a bigger telecom company.
  5. Miko: A famous ice cream brand, it gradually declined in prominence and was overshadowed by international competitors.
  6. Chipie: A popular clothing brand during the 90s, especially among teenagers. It has since lost much of its market presence.
  7. Telemarket: An early online supermarket service in France during the late 90s and 2000s. It closed its operations in the late 2000s.
  8. La City: A fashion brand known for its formal and semi-formal wear for women. Its popularity waned with changing fashion trends.
  9. Freever: A mobile service that provided free texts in exchange for advertising. It was trendy in the late 90s and early 2000s but couldn’t sustain its business model.
  10. Kookaï: A fashion brand that was immensely popular among young women in the 90s. While it still exists in some places, it’s not as prominent as before.

Many of these brands hold nostalgic value for those who grew up in the 90s in France, even if they’ve now faded from the limelight.






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