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"High fashion at its very highest. For those who are willing to spend a lot of money to cover up their inadequacies. Fashion never cost so much"
―GTA San Andreas Website.

Didier Sachs is a small, high end, and rather expensive clothing store featured in both 3D Universe and HD Universe.


In Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, the only store in the state is located in Rodeo, Los Santos. It is based upon the real-life Louis Vuitton and Giorgio Armani fashion labels. Didier Sachs becomes open for business upon the completion of the mission Saint Mark's Bistro. The store and its interior is rather small compared to other accessible clothing stores.

The company also appears in Grand Theft Auto IVGrand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars and Grand Theft Auto V, although their stores cannot be entered. Yusuf Amir purchases his clothing from this store in The Ballad of Gay Tony. In addition, pedestrians around the state can be seen wearing Didier Sachs brand clothing and eyewear.


In GTA San Andreas, the player can buy items from Didier Sachs.


Item Respect % + Sex Appeal % + Price
Tweed Jacket 25 25 $5,500
Red Jacket 23 25 $4,000
Blue Jacket 22 25 $3,000
Yellow Jacket 25 25 $6,000
Tuxedo 20 25 $7,000
Green Jacket 25 15 $5,500
Letterman Top 15 5 $1,525


Item Respect % + Sex Appeal % + Price
Red Pants 9 10 $2,000
Blue Pants 9 10 $2,500
Yellow Pants 10 10 $4,000
Tweed Pants 10 9 $3,000
Tuxedo Pants 9 10 $3,000
Green Pants 10 6 $1,500


Item Respect % + Sex Appeal % + Price
Black Shoes 5 5 $2,500
Brown Shoes 5 5 $1,100
Spats 3 5 $350


Item Respect % + Sex Appeal % + Price
Cross Chain 2 2 $5,000
Dollar Chain 2 2 $2,000


Item Respect % + Sex Appeal % + Price
Gold Crowex 3 3 $8,000
Silver Crowex 3 3 $5,000


Item Respect % + Sex Appeal % + Price
Black Shades 1 2 $600
Black Rim 2 2 $800


Item Respect % + Sex Appeal % + Price
Dark Trilby 3 2 $300
Light Trilby 3 2 $300
Black Derby 1 2 $500
Red Derby 2 3 $600
Blue Derby 2 2 $600
Yellow Derby 3 2 $700
Green Derby 3 2 $550
Gray Boater 3 2 $800
Black Boater 3 2 $700


Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Grand Theft Auto IV

Grand Theft Auto V



  • When wearing clothes from Didier Sachs, CJ will talk about how well he's dressed, and rarely swears, unlike when he is wearing cheap clothes from Sub Urban, ProLaps and Binco, in which he will dislike his clothing and swear a lot. Even so Didier Sachs clothes do not completely immune CJ from having his clothes criticized as rich peds will still occasionally say negative things like, "What's up with those awful shoes?!" or "Those shoes are disgusting!" or "You must hate yourself in shoes like that!". Other less rich peds will still complain about CJ's smell unless he regularly swims or/and changes his clothes.
  • Many of the suits CJ is able to buy (in blue, red, yellow or green) resemble a red suit, popularized by Suge Knight in the early 1990s. Stylistically, these suits are also somewhat similar to the Soiree Outfit from Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
  • There are several Didier Sachs billboards in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories in the subways of the city.
  • A Didier Sachs billboard can be seen in WillisLiberty City on top of one of the tall building in Grand Theft Auto IV.
  • In GTA San Andreas, some online walkthroughs suggest Didier Sachs does not become available until the very end of the game, or possibly even after the end of the game (as a reward for replaying alongside the 100% completion awards), when in fact it becomes available much earlier, following the completion of Saint Mark's Bistro, or it can be unlocked at the start of the game by using the Jetpack cheat glitch.
  • Alex, a girlfriend in GTA IV, has a Didier Sachs background on her blog " " which shows the pattern of Didier Sachs. It is similar to the one from Louis Vuitton.
  • In Grand Theft Auto V, Amanda De Santa is caught shoplifting from a Didier Sachs store during the events of The Good Husband and calls Michael De Santa asking him to help her.
  • Although the player cannot purchase any items from the store in Grand Theft Auto V, two of Michael and Franklin's bank statements show that they purchased items from the store before the events of the game.

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