Nature fixes the quantities, we guarantee the quality. Not the other way around.

We created Luzerne to be able to act on our convictions and not just on the bottom line. Luzerne is an independent company located in the Ariège department of France, guided by the vision of its founder and the commitment of its teams. We are committed to working for the well-being of men and women and of animals at every level.

Luzerne gets its supplies of wool under an exclusive long-term contract with Le Freyche farm. This contract enables fair payment of the farmer but also investment to improve animal welfare and reduce the drudgery of everyday tasks (feeding, treatment, cleaning...). These favourable conditions ensure the longevity of the farm created by Jean-Luc in 1987 and now taken over by Antoine, a young enthusiastic herdsman.
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Our relationships are not damaged by distance.

None of our partners are over 900 km from us, to reduce environmental impact and increase trust. We have selected two Italian spinning mills near Florence and two production workshops, one in the Loire department of France, and the other near Porto in Portugal. The packaging for the parcels is produced near Toulouse. This proximity allows us to work with partners who respect European social and environmental standards and whose staff are paid fairly.

With fewer intermediaries, we are more accessible.
Luzerne sells its creations directly via its e-commerce site. Fewer intermediaries also means lower retail prices compared to classic supply chains. This proximity also reduces the ecological impact linked to transport whilst keeping direct and personal contact with customers.

Quality over time.

Our creations are produced in small runs with high standards of quality, solidity and durability. The limited number of models and quantities produced is the best way of preserving natural resources.

More than yesterday, less than tomorrow.
Both our offices and Le Freyche farm are fitted with solar panels, and our paper and packaging are sorted for recycling. We still have things to do but we are changing the way we produce and consume every day, both when it comes to the big decisions and to the minor details of our daily operation.