Among the textile fibers, wool is perhaps the most intriguing. A natural, sustainable and local material, this resource occupies a special place in the textile industry, offering an unrivaled richness of textures, warmth and comfort. Learn about this exceptional material through its history, the different types of wool used, and the environmental impact of its industry.
Organic cotton, linen or hemp, vegetable textile fibers are widely used in the textile industry. Unfortunately, often we know little about production methods, their intrinsic qualities and their impact. Find out everything you need to know about these fibers here!
Former source of economic wealth of the Pyrenees, then abandoned resource , and lately, revalorized raw material , the wool of the Pyrenees has a rich and sinuous history. And yet, this story remains unknown, as well as the breeds producing this wool as well as the qualities and virtues intrinsic to the wool of the Pyrenees.
Maison Izard is labeled France Terre Textile! Driven by our desire to engage in textile relocation, to promote local production and to preserve local jobs and resources, we are proud to be among more than 150 players greatly contributing to the revival of made in France!