Yves Delorme's fall and winter prints are here and not only are they as gorgeous as ever — they're also better for the environment!
Known for luxurious linens with unique prints based on original artwork, Yves Delorme has been bringing haute couture to the boudoir for nearly two centuries.
And now the French company is expanding its connection with nature by producing its latest collection entirely with organic Supima cotton to reduce its environmental footprint. Using organic cotton not only eliminates toxic products and pesticides from production but also respects soil fertility, has less impact on air quality, and uses less water and energy than cotton produced by conventional methods.
"Faithful to the values that have forever motivated us, today, we are accelerating an environmental shift for the well-being of humankind, so that Yves Delorme may continue to be incarnated in your home by the most delicate, luxurious and spectacular linens ... and also by the most respectful," said Yves Delormes' company representatives.
The collection will also be presented in recyclable multi-use organza pouches, considerably reducing the use of plastics.
"The reduction and replacement of plastics within our company and in our products are subjects that are very important to Yves Delorme,” says the company. "We have entirely eliminated plastics from the packaging and shipping services and are progressively introducing new packaging for all our bed linens: an elegant silk organza pouch with a zipper closure, that can be reused in the home or for travel.”
In addition to being more sustainable to the environment, the new collection retains the luxurious feel of long-staple combed cotton that has made Yves Delorme popular for generations.
Founded in 1845 (and family-owned since its inception), Yves Delorme has created a French lifestyle concept, or "art de vivre" and is a member of the Comite Colbert, which regroups the most prestigious brands in France.
Stop by the store to see the new prints!