Patterns 2018 – Each time, a beautiful story of know-how that summons the past and marry it to modernity.
A story of cartomancy that runs on tables, with a tarot all in delicate wash at Tessitura Toscana Teliere.
A heritage story at Dominique Picquier, who bought in 2000 in the Tarn a leather goods workshop and in 2016 obtained the Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant label.
A history of graphic linen at Chhatawal-Jonsson that draws its roots between India and Sweden.
A story of 100% French linen at Bianka Leone, a young brand from the North to the desirable future.
The grace of naive prints on linen from Avenida Home.
The delicate know-how of Antoinette Poisson, dating back to the 18th century, with their painted wallpapers and their assorted prints on linen.
Finally, a story that starts for Toiles de Mayenne with this special collection in linen – named 1806 with reference to the year of the founding of this family business. Founded in 1806, in the former Cistercian abbey of Fontaine-Daniel and animated by the same family since its creation, Toiles de Mayenne is labeled Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant. If the fabric is from the beginning the thread of its trades, Over the years, the company has built a village to house its employees. Preserved and harmonious architecture, it is one of the most beautiful villages in the Pays de La Loire.
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