Le Jacquard Francais

The Story of a French House

The story of Le Jaquard Francais started in 1861 when Benjamin Baer, moved to the east of France to work at a "fabric manufacturer"

Upon his death in 1888, his partner Nathan Levy and his brother Elie took over his business and created a new company. The two brothers grew their empire at a fast pace, acquiring mechanical weaving workshops and bleaching workshops.

During the Second World War, their business was completely destroyed, forcing them to rebuild. After being acquired by the ELIS group, the company was renamed Le Jacquard Francais in 1974.

A Unique Style

Le Jaquard Francais created a unique style when their collaboration with the famous stylist Primrose Bordier started in 1978.

Primrose revolutionised home decors by creating colourful and original textile designs. Home linens became a fashion accessory for every house.

Made in France

All products from Le Jaquard Francais are made in France in their Gerardmer factory. Keeping the production in France is one of the most important mission of the brand.

Le Jaquard Francais preserves local employement as much as possible. Either for production or subcontracts, the priority is to support local sourcing and support local communities.

Sustainable Produts

Le Jaquard Francais credo is to make products that last. The quality of materials and dyes used guarantee a stable quality overtime. All the 100% cotton products are labelled OEKO-TEX which attest of the limited use of hazardous substance for the health and the environement.


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