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T&H Fabrics

T&H, which stands for Temtas and Herboy, is a trade company of knitted fabric, with facilities of 45 knitting machines and dyeing, printing facilities with 35 tons/day. With more than 30 years of experience in every phase of knitted fabric, quality and consumer's satisfaction comes always first for us. Today, it is a source of tremendous pride for us, to witness the amazing designs that leading firms in all continents of the world create with our products.

Hall Couture

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.

The equipment

  • Professional slicers
  • An industrial overlocker
  • A news
  • A 5-wire cover
  • A LECTRA digitizing table
  • A 3D Makerbot Replicator 2

Behind The Belts

The Belt Factory

Our decision to make our leather belts out of this San Francisco factory was a comparatively simple one. It produces some of the finest leather goods in America, and just happens to be less than 10 miles from our San Francisco office.

This factory was established in 1967 and is the largest belt producer in the United States. It also has a strong reputation among companies that place a premium on social responsibility: the factory serves as a training facility for compliance officers as well as a learning center for industry-leading leatherworking practices.

How We Found It

Our initial attempts to work with this factory were difficult due to our lower volume. But a few months in, we hired a new head of product development who had great relationships with the factory. From there it was simple. We drove down, shared our ideas for the business and design, and have been partners ever since.

The Materials

The leather used for our belts is imported directly from tanners in Italy. Each belt has a unique color and undergoes a dyeing process within the tannery that takes several days. We use only the highest grade and have worked with both bull and calf leather depending on the stretch we want to achieve.

About the Owner

While many of our factories are family owned, this one operates more like a traditional corporation with multiple owners. That aside, the team is small and nimble, and we work closely with management, design, and production teams.

Behind The Belts

The Belt Factory

Our decision to make our leather belts out of this San Francisco factory was a comparatively simple one. It produces some of the finest leather goods in America, and just happens to be less than 10 miles from our San Francisco office.

This factory was established in 1967 and is the largest belt producer in the United States. It also has a strong reputation among companies that place a premium on social responsibility: the factory serves as a training facility for compliance officers as well as a learning center for industry-leading leatherworking practices.

How We Found It

Our initial attempts to work with this factory were difficult due to our lower volume. But a few months in, we hired a new head of product development who had great relationships with the factory. From there it was simple. We drove down, shared our ideas for the business and design, and have been partners ever since.

The Materials

The leather used for our belts is imported directly from tanners in Italy. Each belt has a unique color and undergoes a dyeing process within the tannery that takes several days. We use only the highest grade and have worked with both bull and calf leather depending on the stretch we want to achieve.

About the Owner

While many of our factories are family owned, this one operates more like a traditional corporation with multiple owners. That aside, the team is small and nimble, and we work closely with management, design, and production teams.

Behind The Belts

The Belt Factory

Our decision to make our leather belts out of this San Francisco factory was a comparatively simple one. It produces some of the finest leather goods in America, and just happens to be less than 10 miles from our San Francisco office.

This factory was established in 1967 and is the largest belt producer in the United States. It also has a strong reputation among companies that place a premium on social responsibility: the factory serves as a training facility for compliance officers as well as a learning center for industry-leading leatherworking practices.

How We Found It

Our initial attempts to work with this factory were difficult due to our lower volume. But a few months in, we hired a new head of product development who had great relationships with the factory. From there it was simple. We drove down, shared our ideas for the business and design, and have been partners ever since.

The Materials

The leather used for our belts is imported directly from tanners in Italy. Each belt has a unique color and undergoes a dyeing process within the tannery that takes several days. We use only the highest grade and have worked with both bull and calf leather depending on the stretch we want to achieve.

About the Owner

While many of our factories are family owned, this one operates more like a traditional corporation with multiple owners. That aside, the team is small and nimble, and we work closely with management, design, and production teams.

Behind The Belts

The Belt Factory

Our decision to make our leather belts out of this San Francisco factory was a comparatively simple one. It produces some of the finest leather goods in America, and just happens to be less than 10 miles from our San Francisco office.

This factory was established in 1967 and is the largest belt producer in the United States. It also has a strong reputation among companies that place a premium on social responsibility: the factory serves as a training facility for compliance officers as well as a learning center for industry-leading leatherworking practices.

How We Found It

Our initial attempts to work with this factory were difficult due to our lower volume. But a few months in, we hired a new head of product development who had great relationships with the factory. From there it was simple. We drove down, shared our ideas for the business and design, and have been partners ever since.

The Materials

The leather used for our belts is imported directly from tanners in Italy. Each belt has a unique color and undergoes a dyeing process within the tannery that takes several days. We use only the highest grade and have worked with both bull and calf leather depending on the stretch we want to achieve.

About the Owner

While many of our factories are family owned, this one operates more like a traditional corporation with multiple owners. That aside, the team is small and nimble, and we work closely with management, design, and production teams.