One day, I wanted to write a new story, the story of a brand with a commitment to quality above all. The quality of the materials and the workmanship but also the quality of the relationships between us and our partners, between us and nature.

My research led me to La Bastide de Sérou in the Ariège department of France where I got to know Jean-Luc and discovered La Ferme du Mohair. This passionate angora goat farmer, who had been in the business for 30 years, was doing everything right: lush green pastures, high-quality feed, essential oils for well-being, regular veterinary treatments and gentle shearing techniques. Pampered goats and wool of an exceptional quality! At the time, some pieces had already been made with the greatest respect for artisanal savoir faire and the material. La Ferme du Mohair had its first successes...

I was attracted by this ethos of quality, based on a short, controlled supply chain, from sourcing to the finished product. Reducing the number of stages, mileage and intermediaries strengthens dialogue and cooperation, enabling alignment on shared values. It was on these principles that I continued the development of La Ferme du Mohair and it was to take things even further that I created Luzerne. A brand that demands quality and transparency, not forgetting the joy of fashion. Luzerne's aim is to grow with respect for nature, for animal welfare, for employment and for savoir faire.