LASCLOE french silk scarf brand

Stages of Production




The designer Chloé Lamy digitally touches up her drawings to finalise the patterns on her shawls at her studio in Thorens-Glières, Haute-Savoie, France. The designs are made by ink, as well as with brush on paper.

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The patterns are printed on Italian silk by a

Spanish family-owned company, based in Catalonia.


Garment manufacturing

The shawls are done by the seamstress Pascale Ridet

in her workshop in Thorens-Glières, Haute-Savoie, France. After the cutting the fabric, the hem is sewn by machine. Once the fabric is turned over and ironed,

the seamstress seals the shawl by hand,

using a technique of invisible stiches.

Finally, the label is added to the garment.

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Ready for delivery!

The shawl is delicately folded and stored

in an elegant box, perfect for a gift.

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