SINCE 1925...

VELOURS DE LYON - Velours jacquards, unis, froissés, gaufrés, peints main - BOUTON RENAUD - SOIES DE FRANCE - VELOURS BLAFO - LYON

1905

BLAFO, a company specialized in fabrics for corsets, was created by Messrs. Blanc and Fontvieille

1953

Creation of the Ets F. RENAUD by François Renaud, a sales company with two qualities of plains cotton, sold mainly to Parisian wholesalers. Mr. Jean-Claude Renaud joined the company in the 1960s.

1975

Merger of the E. BOUTON and JACQUAND RENAUD establishments and creation of the new company: BOUTON RENAUD.
Participation in the creation, with around ten other silk manufacturers from Lyon, the Soyeux Lyonnais, of the show Première Vision, where customers often hurried to buy the exclusive qualities.

1980/1990

Growth of the activity, the weaving looms of cotton and rag fabrics are transformed into Jacquard shaped looms with silk background.
Messrs Jean-François, Patrick, and Gilles RENAUD join the company.

1998

Acquisition of Belscop d'URFE, owner of the ancestral weaving know-how.

2012

Acquisition of "Velours Blafo", a manufacturer of UPHOLSTERY FABRIC, which expands the range of products of the company / the company’s range of products.

2015

Exhibition at the « Salon du Savoir-Faire »

1925

From a family business created in 1865, creation of the Ets E. BOUTON, originally specialized exclusively in the manufacture of velvets and plushes.

1971

Creation of the Ets. JACQUAND RENAUD.

1979

When JB Martin and Giron Frères closed, Bouton Renaud decided to keep the Giron factory in Saint-Just-en-Chevalet, in the form of a worker cooperative (SCOP) named Belscop d'URFE.

1995

Bouton Renaud moves to Vaulx-en-Velin and set up there a dyeing and finishing equipment in order to accentuate their specialization.

1999

It is the globalization of the luxury market, which is growing exponentially in search of superior quality and a tailor-made service.

2014

« Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant » Label, mark of recognition of the French State, put in place to reward French firms for the excellence of their traditional and industrial know-how.

1905

BLAFO, a company specialized in fabrics for corsets, was created by Messrs. Blanc and Fontvieille

1925

From a family business created in 1865, creation of the Ets E. BOUTON, originally specialized exclusively in the manufacture of velvets and plushes.

1953

Creation of the Ets F. RENAUD by François Renaud, a sales company with two qualities of plains cotton, sold mainly to Parisian wholesalers. Mr. Jean-Claude Renaud joined the company in the 1960s.

1971

Creation of the Ets. JACQUAND RENAUD.

1975

Merger of the E. BOUTON and JACQUAND RENAUD establishments and creation of the new company: BOUTON RENAUD.

Participation in the creation, with around ten other silk manufacturers from Lyon, the Soyeux Lyonnais, of the show Première Vision, where customers often hurried to buy the exclusive qualities.

1979

When JB Martin and Giron Frères closed, Bouton Renaud decided to keep the Giron factory in Saint-Just-en-Chevalet, in the form of a worker cooperative (SCOP) named Belscop d'URFE.

1980/1990

Growth of the activity, the weaving looms of cotton and rag fabrics are transformed into Jacquard shaped looms with silk background.
Messrs Jean-François, Patrick, and Gilles RENAUD join the company.

1995

Bouton Renaud moves to Vaulx-en-Velin and set up there a dyeing and finishing equipment in order to accentuate their specialization.

1998

Acquisition of Belscop d'URFE, owner of the ancestral weaving know-how.

1999

It is the globalization of the luxury market, which is growing exponentially in search of superior quality and a tailor-made service.

2012

Acquisition of "Velours Blafo", a manufacturer of UPHOLSTERY FABRIC, which expands the range of products of the company / the company’s range of products.

2014

« Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant » Label, mark of recognition of the French State, put in place to reward French firms for the excellence of their traditional and industrial know-how.

2015

Exhibition at the « Salon du Savoir-Faire »