BUGIS was established in 1956 and has evolved while remaining loyal to “Made in France”. With over 60 years of experience and expertise, BUGIS, always at the forefront of innovation, is a key player in the French knitwear. Bugis works with big names in fashion like Le slip français, Saint James, Balmain, Christian Dior, Chanel, Lacoste, Givenchy ... and now MORPH!
- OEKO-TEX Standard 100
- Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant
- Les faiseurs de maille
- France - Terre textile
BUGIS has created, developed and manufactured fabrics based on the techniques of knitting for fashion and industrial applications. A team of attentive professionals who listen to their clients, hi-tech equipment and a network of competent partners is the formula that ensures the success of “Made in France” all over the world.
Why we work with Bugis
Bugis is labeled "Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant", it is a mark of recognition of the State set up to distinguish French companies with know-how artisanal and industrial excellence.
BUGIS textiles benefit from a short circuit ensuring perfect transparency & traceability throughout the supply chain. Manufacturing in France is a guarantee of quality and respect for social and environmental values. Their fabrics are certified Oeko-Tex Standard 100 which guarantees that the textiles do not contain undesirable or prohibited substances which could present a risk for health and for the skin.
An eco-responsible approach
Bugis is concerned about the repercussions of its discharges on the environment and has included in the development of its manufacturing process, requirements for respect for the environment which result in: the selective sorting of waste (fabrics, plastics, cardboard) , the treatment of machine oils by a specialized center, energy savings, reduction in water consumption ...
Hall Couture was born of the desire to dispose In Paris of a shared workspace and equipped exchange For the creation of fashion that promotes entrepreneurship and innovation in this sector.
- Professional slicers
- An industrial overlocker
- A news
- A 5-wire cover
- A LECTRA digitizing table
- A 3D Makerbot Replicator 2