June 24th, 2019
December 20th, 2018
Organic cotton fleece
November 29th, 2018
August 28th, 2018
The oxford weave is a staple of the classic masculine wardrobe. Its pinpoint variant is highly appreciated as a more formal shirting fabric. Sources diverge concerning the origin of the oxford weave. Some say....
May 25th, 2018
Organic cotton yarn
Cotton is a natural fiber, it appears when the cotton flower blooms. During the flowering period, the buds of its large white and yellow flowers blossom and release the cotton seeds wrapped in a roach of white and silky fibers....
February 19th, 2018
Ratine wool cloth
« Ratine » is the French name of a specific wool cloth that has been brushed to give it a fluffy and curly aspect that makes the fabric more durable and resistant to weather. This operation stems from a very old know-how that was formerly handmade...
January 22nd, 2018
Undyed yarns highlight the asperities and the depth of shades that are innate to raw materials, while being a gauge of uniqueness and durability. They are natural and environmentally friendly alternatives to classic industrial dyes...
December 5th, 2017
Traditionnally used to make warm clothing, boiled wool is a textile that is available in woven or knitted versions. Having appeared in the middle ages, particularly in the european alpine regions, this fabric, used to make coats or blankets, protected ....
November 5th, 2017
Corduroy is a fabric full of meaning and history. The term appeared in 1774, from the old french “cor du roy”, but in fact, the fabric descends from an ancient egyptian fabric called “futaine”, dating as far as 200 b.c. This brushed cotton, imported in ...
October 5th, 2017
The word flannel defines a fabric that has been felted in order to give it a soft and downy touch. Originally made in carded wool it owed its heathered aspect to the hues and asperities of natural wool. This fabric and the first mechanical weaving looms...
July 27th, 2017
Linen is known as an ecological fiber as cultivating it doesn't consume a lot of energy nor necessitate chemical processes during its transformation into yarn. Linen fibers are thermoregulative, antibacterial, and hypoallergenic. Their resistance enables..
June 23rd, 2017
Terrycloth fabrics stand out by their capacity to absorb water. Working from the base of the fabric, the manufacturing process forms loops of yarn on its surface. This absorption capacity can be enhanced by using a natural fiber like cotton, well known ...
May 30th, 2017
Our edition 8 presents a series of pieces with a « pastel » overdye, bringing together our ateliers’ craftsmanship with the ancestral technique of pastel blue, brought to a new life by the atelier des bleus pastels d’occitanie. This natural dye comes.....
May 10th, 2017
Originally from india, seersucker is a fabric that can easily be identified by its wrinkled texture, making it very fit to a warm climate. Both light and comfortable, its puckered aspect removes the fabric from the skin, enabling air to move more freely...