WHO ARE WE ?
Le Vestiaire de Jeanne is a French brand of timeless clothing, accessories and home linen
manufactured in our workshop in Nîmes, South of France, since 2007.
We use almost exclusively natural fabrics like linen, cotton, silk and wool.
All our fabrics are woven in Europe.
We also offer a selection of beautiful, useful and well-made objects for everyday life.
Our wish is to highlight the craftsmanship and objects produced in small series.
* photo : The window of our shop in Nîmes, South of France
LE VESTIAIRE DE JEANNE - 18 RUE AUGUSTE - 30 000 NÎMES - FRANCE
Le Vestiaire de Jeanne was created on February 2007, when I started to create clothes for my sister Jeanne.
Since we created an adult line, household linen, accessories in linen and leather, ...
Now, our ambition is to create a wardrobe ("vestiaire" in French), accessories
and household linen for the whole family.
Le Vestiaire de Jeanne is now available in about 30 stores around the world, in our store
in South of France and on our shop online.
Since December 2017, we moved in a new place ( 18 rue Auguste, Nîmes, South of France)
in which we regrouped our first store, our offices and our own workshop.
Charlotte LSM, designer and founder of le vestiaire de jeanne
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* photo : Jeanne, 6 years old, wearing the first blouse I created for her, which is still in
our collection of basics called the Uniform collection
MADE IN FRANCE
All our products* are made in our workshop located in Nîmes, South of France.
By working this way, we can control all the manufacturing stages of our products and make sure
they are made with respect for human beings, environment and as locally as possible.
We also attach a great importance to the origin of our fabrics and materials (elastic, …)
which are all made in Europe (France, Italy, Spain, England and Belgium)
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*except our leather tote bags, which are made by a craftsman in Senegal. For each tote bag sold, a part of the profits is
donated to the association « la Liane » which takes care of the children living on the streets in Saint-Louis, Senegal.