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Map Visits

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In France and in 4 others countries in Europe, discover where our airstream is landing every day for the linen road.

July 17th Lille, place Rihour, 12h30 – 16h30
July 20th Londres, Duke of York Square, 12h – 16h
July 22th Bath, entrance of Milsom Place, 12h – 16h
July 26tht Knokke-Heist, Kustlaan 187, 15h – 18h
July 27th Knokke-Heist, Kustlaan 187, 10h – 14h
July 29th Francfort, Robmarkt 10, 12h30 – 16h30
August 1st Cologne, Neumarkt 30 (parvis basilique Aposteln) 13 – 16h
August 5th Strasbourg, place de la gare, 14h – 18h
August 6th Montbéliard, 11 rue due port, 15h – 18h30
August 8th Crans-Montana, place du Prado 13h30 – 17h30
August 11 Verbier, parking de l’Ermitage, 13h30 – 17h30
August 13 and 14th Antibes, place Charles de Gaulle, 15h – 18h30
August 17th Cannes, 15 rue des Etats-Unis, 16h – 18h30
August 18th, à proximité du palais des festivals, 10h30 – 13h30
August 19th Saint-Tropez, place Alfonse Celli, 16h – 18h30
August 20th Saint-Tropez, place Alfonse Celli, 9h30 – 13h
August 21th Cavaillon, place Maurice Bouchet, 10h – 14h
August 24th Marseille, escale Borely,
10 – 14h August 26th Perpignan, place de Catalogne, 14h30 – 18h30
August 28 and 29th Toulouse, place Auguste Lafourcade, 13h – 17h
August 31th Bordeaux, place de la Victoire, 10 – 14h
2th September Nantes, place du commerce, 14 – 18h
4th to 8th september Salon Maison & Objets, all day long
September 9th Paris Neuilly, Rue Madeleine Michelis
September 10th Paris Auteuil, Rue Donizetti ou place Jean Lorrain, 13h – 17h
11 and 12th September. Paris Bon Marché, intersection rue des Sèvres et rue Velpeau

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Following the Thread of Creation Across Inspirations

The brand Yves Delorme, since the beginning of its journey has been inclined towards creation, a passion for products, as well as for poetry and amazement.

Beginning of course with Mr. Yves Delorme, the original designer of the brand who first collaborated with couturiers such as Pierre Cardin in the 70s, in particular in the domain of bath linens… always influenced by research for perfection, colour and form for the bathrobe.
Later, with the merger Fremaux Delorme, he passed the torch on to Mme Évelyne Julienne, designer in interiors, jewelry and art de la table. Évelyne became the inspiration and creation of the new brand Yves Delorme for over 20 years.

Her marvelous hand guided us through the most magnificent gardens, and encouraged us to dream of exotic and far-away destinations. She left the mark of her style, gentle and poetic, while weaving these seasonal tales that, bit by bit were diffused across the globe in France and Europe, The United States, Japan, Russia and Australia.

Évelyne, now desiring to fully dedicate herself to her artistic vocation, will now pass the torch onward to Mme Laurence Rouet, while inspiring her with her passion, her love for well-elaborated products and for the creative process. Laurence knows quite well the world of home lifestyle, having collaborated at length with Fremaux Delorme through the licensee, Kenzo.
Laurence will trace her contemporary journey certainly differently, reinforced by the two years spent with Évelyne, and while lending her eye for fashion and her personal engagement!

OUR FACTORIES

The Haubourdin factory.
The Haubourdin factory, in the North of France, near Lille, is specialised in the making-up and the fi nishing of the bed linen.

A hundred people prepare, cut, sew, embroider and fold pillowcases, sheets, duvet covers, bed covers, etc. and control the quality that is demanded by our customers

The Belmont Factory
The Belmont factory, which specialise in wearing toweling, are situated in the centre of France, near Roanne. Wearing is carried out in a modern factory with 20 machines which ensure the production of our jacquard toweling.

Packaging and quality control are carried out at Roanne. About 40 specialists are involved in the manufacture, from mastering the weave to making the final product according to its particular design.

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Over time, Fremaux Delorme

The story of the Group Fremaux Delorme begins in 1845, and is a true tale of a family endeavor. Ernestine Fremaux and her husband founded a linen weaving company in the heart of the textile industry, near Lille.

Over generations, the group developed by diversifying its activities, to include the production of threads and canvases for linens, jacquards and even fabrics for the clothing industry.

Under the stewardship of Dominique Fremaux, the Group has become what is it today: when he chose, by intimate conviction, to address the consumer directly by opening store, it was to recenter the brand in a luxury position in home linens. This positioning and permanent research for excellence allowed the group to develop internationally and to become the top French luxury brand for home linens.

In 1995, Yves Delorme had 45 boutiques, which has grown today to 450! Another important and symbolic phase for Dominique Fremaux was in 2001, with the entry of the brand in the Comité Colbert, the temple of luxury and French “art de vivre”: the sign that 20 years of work and strategy had come to fruition; establishing the brand at the heart of the world of French luxury brands.

In 2002, the Group Fremaux Delorme was created, with the ambition to develop a fuller luxury strategy; newer concepts, and to follow design trends and to privilege research. Today, the technical chain is complete; from the conception phase to distribution, passing by production with a sense of perfection.
This reflects the nobility of materials and the requirement of attention to details that mirrors Haute Couture. Creativity – Brand Development – Retail Environment – International Presence are the pillars upon which Dominique Fremaux developed his Group with an extraordinary savoir-faire in the textile industry.

Today, “Our strength lies in the concepts of our collections and in the quality of our distribution,” states Dominique; which is most likely why he is very dedicated to these particular subjects. When asked what is the key to his success, he answers, without hesitation, “our products and our people”.

And this family story is not over, because the new generation has arrived.

Amaury Fremaux, 37 years old, has evolved with the group since 2003 and is currently the Director. As for Alban Fremaux, 32 years old, he is the director of the subsidiaries in Japan and China. The future of the brand is thus constructed with the 6th generation of Fremaux, upon the spirit of the transmission of knowledge and savoir-faire and upon shared modernity.