Among our most recent initiatives include working with artisans in Portugal (for our hand stitched lines) as well as in Hungary (who has a similar tradition in glove making).
Their contributions are a perfect complement to our work in Millau, additionally it helps us to commit to the continuation of our craft.
In 2010 Maison Fabre began a recruiting and training program to assure the transmission of the traditional techniques used in our workshop.
The majority of our lambskin is sourced from organic producers of milk or meat. The leather is then recycled and processed by a tannery in Italy.
As of 2018, Maison Fabre will recycle 100% of its scrap leather with the help of Pole Cuir Aveyron (a trade group dedicated to the development of training, social and environmental programs within the leather industry).
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Maison Fabre's gloves are conceived with the utmost respect of traditional, savoir faire, for an elegant line that extends to the very tips of your fingers.