Le Jacquard Francais is universally recognized as the specialist in Damask, perpetuating an ancestral know-how in spinning, weaving and making all its products in France.
The Jacquard technique is a mechanical loom, invented by Joseph Marie Jacquard in 1801, that simplifies the process of manufacturing textiles with complex patterns such as brocade, damask and matelasse.
Until 1960, all kitchen linens were predominantly white. Only from 1970 new stylist started to make a name for themselves by offering a different approach giving color an important role in the home linens. Primrose Bordier was one of the most notorious stylist who began to work and design for Le Jacquard Francais in 1978. Since then, the linen design would never be the same.
Le Jacquard Francais made technical innovations, invested in researching colors and carve out an avant-garde position for itself by revolutionizing it's collections. It's weaves brought a blaze of colors in dinning rooms and kitchens. The extreme finesse and precision of their patterns made the brand a standout and an undeniable reference in the premium table linen segment as of now.