Who are we ?

It is at the historical heart of the Industrial Embroidery region, The Cambresis, that Michele Lemaire can be found, one of the most innovative companies in this specialized sector.

Founded in 1985, Michele Lemaire has integrated in one place old fashioned know-how with the latest technologies.

More than just mechanical Embroidery, the objective of the company can be summed up in three words: to ennoble, embellish and transform textile materials.

This expertise of all the technical aspects enables it to develop a dynamic and extensive Collection (more than 100 designs are created each 6 months) of high class products for the Furnishing and Fashion sectors, for Ready to Wear and also the world of Performing Arts.

When originality and know-how come together, the leading names in textile have confidence in Michele Lemaire, thus allowing it to become a medium sized company able to conquer the international market with nearly 80% of its products exported to destinations such as Japan, The United States of America and The Middle East.

As proof of it's creativity, Michele Lemaire has received numerous honours:

  • 1992 : Prix Audace Commerciale de la Fondation Fondexpa
  • 1992 : Exposition « Carte Blanche à Michèle Lemaire » lors des Etats du Lin au Musée d’Art et d’Industrie de Roubaix
  • 1994 : Nomination en collaboration aux Oscars du Cinéma Hollywood
  • 1999 : Oscar International du Textile : catégories Fibres et Matières
  • 2000 : Trophée de la Dynamique Artisanale de la Chambre des Métiers
  • 2001 : Exposition « Jouer la Lumière » au Musée des Arts Décoratifs de Paris
  • 2003 : Palmarès des Entreprises du Figaro entreprises
  • 2004 : Palmarès des Entreprises du Figaro entreprises
  • 2004 : Exposition « Métamorphose de Dentelles et Broderies » au Nederlands Textielmuseum de Tilburg
  • 2006 : Exposition « La Couleur Tissée », partenaire de Monique Frydman au Musée Matisse du Cateau-Cambrésis
  • 2006 : Exposition « Habitamorphoses » à Paris
  • 2010 : "Carte Blanche à Michèle Lemaire" Musée Matisse du Cateau-Cambrésis

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