For the production of our high-end velvet collections: Bouton Renaud, Soies De France and Velours Blafo, we use noble and refined materials. Our supply chain for our raw materials is under control.

 

Our silk yarns come from China, viscose yarns from Germany and cotton yarns from Egypt. 

Our plain fabrics are woven on Martin looms, traditional, old looms that still work with two shuttles. 

 

Plain velvets can also be woven on modern “Van de Wiele” looms. A loom used for its speed of production but also for its large width, up to140 cm.

Our plain fabrics are woven on Martin looms, traditional, old looms that still work with two shuttles. 

Plain velvets can also be woven on modern “Van de Wiele” looms. A loom used for its speed of production but also for its large width, up to140 cm.

Our shaped fabrics are woven on Jacquard mechanical looms. These are very old looms which make it possible to weave a design thanks to a perforated cardboard. This perforated cardboard contains information represented by the presence or absence of a hole.

 

This warp velvet is woven in double pieces which are separated by a blade as they go along. The weaving play between viscose and silk yarns allows for a shaping with sumptuous reliefs.