"Proud and happy to be THE FRENCH BRACELET new media ambassador, and to represent the handmade, French craftsmanship of this collection of unique watch straps"
Sidney Govou is a French international footballer playing as an attacking midfielder. Trained at the Olympique Lyonnais, he donned the OL tunic for the first time as a professional in 1999. In eleven seasons spent under the OL colors, he won the French Championship seven times, two cups national and four Champions Trophies. In 2011, after a year of exile in Greece at Panathinaikos, he joined the squad of Evian Thonon Gaillard. Three years later he joined the Chasselay MDA, an amateur club playing in the CFA. Along with his club career, he will be selected several times for the France A team throughout his career. Today he is a sports consultant, specialized in football for the CANAL + channel and invests in several business and association projects.
""Having the chance to represent my country in the world through THE FRENCH BRACELET and the French know-how is an honor for me. I share the same values of work, passion and selflessness and that is why I accepted the join the adventure ... "
After a career of professional basketball player rich of 15 years at the highest level in France, Italy, Spain, and also with several selections in Team France, Yohann in 2015 closes the first successful chapter of his life as a top sportsman. Follows his retraining by following a Master degree at CDES Limoges in sports management, in 2018 he becomes general manager of the LDLC ASVEL club which is crowned on the 18/19 season champion of France and winner of the French cup. At the end of 2019, he joined the company NorthRock X in the United States as Director of Strategic Relations, he now supports artists and high-level athletes in the management of their careers.
"When you commit to making local craftsmen work, doing small production, while celebrating French know-how ...I say yes! Proud to be THE GASTRONOMY Ambassador of THE FRENCH BRACELET ! "
From the age of 7, Christian already loved to practice in his parents' kitchens. When at 11, his uncle offered him "La Cuisine du Marché" by Paul Bocuse, Christian understood that a vocation was born: he would be a cook. At 16 he obtained his culinary degree, and became "Meilleur Apprenti de France" at 17. From starred restaurants to the homes of great chefs (including Paul Bocuse, Georges Blanc and even the French presidential kitchens of the Elysée), He forges his experience and his sensitivity. In 1986 Christian decided to open his own establishment, in LYON center. The address becomes essential in LYON, and the chef's efforts are rewarded by obtaining the title of Meilleur Ouvrier de France in 1996, then by 1 Macaron by the Michelin Guide in 2000. In March 2010 and after 7 years working on the project is a new adventure that begins in "Antiquaille" on the site of "Fourvière" hill in LYON. Christian Têtedoie is also involved in the promotion and promotion of French gastronomy around the world. He was thus appointed in early 2011 to the presidency of the most important association of Chefs, that of the Master Chefs of France. A desire to open his kitchen to everyone and to share his love of gastronomy make Christian Têtedoie a dynamic and particularly human Chef. It is this last quality that those who have been able to work alongside him retain.