Élise Fouin is a recognised French designer known for the diversity of her creations, transforming materials into functional works of art.
She favours a tactile and sensory approach, which is reflected in her meticulous and poetic work on textures and shapes. She has recently undertaken her “Tour de France des savoir-faire”, travelling across France to meet with French companies known for their excellent craftsmanship. This journey has highlighted the richness of regional expertise and has led to the creation of unique pieces, testifying to the alchemy between her contemporary design and traditional techniques.



A new signature in the Moutet collection, Virginie Cognet draws inspiration from the simple pleasures of everyday life.
Through this collaboration, each tea towel becomes a living canvas, filled with the quiet magic that emanates from the softness of her universe.


Their illustrations are the crossroads of pop art and symbolism. Inspired by their environment, in the heart of the “Landes”, between the ocean and pine forests.
They mainly work on linocut prints and enjoy applying their skills to all sorts of products. With us, they weave their first Jacquard tea towel, a landscape in vibrant colors.

Tissage Moutet et l'atelier Letterpress signent ensemble une nouvelle collection de tissage Jacquard


« Atelier Letterpress » is a refined French artisanal stationery brand.

Their workshop is located in an exceptional setting, on a barge moored in Essonne, south of Paris, nested amonst the lush greenery. Atelier Letterpress joins together the work of Mylène, a passionate typographer and vintage graphic designer with that of Denis, a craft master, with an eye for detail.


Born and raised in the Basque Country, Blandine has travelled and lived in Senegal and other African countries which have strongly influenced her artistic style: her large radiant and pictorial patterns, outlined by bright white strips, have become her signature. Her illustrations depict colourful and inspiring scenes of mundane life and landscapes.

Samuel Accoceberry x Tissage Moutet Linge basque


Samuel Accoceberry launched his own design studio in 2010, to immediate acclaim. In 2013 he was awarded the Grand Prix de la Création of the City of Paris and numerous international prizes, including 3 Red Dot Design Awards and a German Design Award. He splits his time between Paris and Biarritz. He helps firms to tell the story of their brand through design, with a particular attention to showcasing traditional know-how, quality finishing and a human approach. With his cross-cutting vision of design, his work spans as varied as lighting appliances and street furniture and he approaches the manufacturing process with as much attention to detail as limited editions publishing.

Photo crédit : ©Clement_Herbaux

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Inspired by marine life, Valérie Le Roux creates very graphic and contemporary illustrations, she applies with bold brush strokes onto ceramics.
With us, she brilliantly explores a new surface, fabric, by creating a series of marine themed dish towels.


Maison Images d’Épinal

The IMAGERIE D’EPINAL is the most famous imagery and the last still active in the world. From the 18th to the 20th century, imageries played a major role in the transmission of popular knowledge, spreading their illustrated sheets throughout Europe. The IMAGE D’EPINAL, famous to the point that it has become an idiom in french language, has always kept up with the times. Its technique of artisanal reproduction by lithography and colouring with stencil is immediately recognizable.

It has given – and still gives – birth to thousands of images, living testimonies of history and current events for two centuries. It is today inseparable from French culture. Tissage Moutet’s designers have got the chance to access the incredible iconographic archives of MAISON IMAGE D’EPINAL where they found great inspiration for their 2021 collection.

Atelier LZC

A team of young designers inspired by poetry, fun and all things contemporary, sometimes from the other side of the world.

Their playful weaves are inspired by nature, plants and faraway countries, and include colour, writing combinations, flat patterns, print effects, scale play (like a fish flying over a flower…), overlapping patterns and the use of different materials.

Cécile Barraud de Lagerie

Originally from Normandy but now living in Brussels, Cécile Barraud de Lagerie is a multi-faceted designer. An all-rounder, she puts colour and pattern at the centre of her work, which carries her from the fashion world to wallpaper, via painting and illustration. Halfway between art and artisan, her ever-changing creations demonstrate her deep interest for know-how and her perfect command of the different techniques that she dabbles with.


It’s a certain sense of humour and a particular taste for mischievous nods to heritage and to tradition that unites the Heula brand, which was founded in 2006, with the House of Moutet. Both are brought together by playful and quirky artwork and an amazing effectiveness in their apparent simplicity. Proof that Béarn and Normandy have more in common than just unrivalled rainfall…

Hilton Mc Connico

Hilton McConnico was one of the first big names to agree to design for Moutet, breathing new life into our traditional stripes and designing exceptional jacquards !

This famous American creator, who was a painter, decorator, scenographer, and designer, received several prizes for his design creations. Today, his work can be found in the permanent collections of several museums across the world.

Hélène Druvert

Linked with Moutet since leaving the Duperré School of Applied Arts, today Hélène Druvert shares the responsibility for trends and style with Catherine Moutet.

She works as a textile designer of household linens and children’s fashion and as an illustrator. Textile patterns, travel books and childhood are the main sources of inspiration of her poetic and dreamlike world. She likes to mix graphic styles such as sketches, collages or painting, and dusting off and revisiting old fabrics.

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matali crasset

matali crasset travels in eclectic worlds : from handcrafts to electronic music; from textile industry to fair trade; from scenography to furniture; from graphic design to interior design … trained as an industrial designer, she has established herself as one of the greatest French designers; she likes to break the codes which govern our daily life. She says : “My work is not based on shapes, but on rituals”.

Photo credit : ©Julien_Jouanjus


Minakani designs patterns and decorations for fashion, children, underwear, the table and the home.

Placing an emphasis on colour, elegant and quirky harmonies, and a taste for strong and simple design, their creations play on naivety, poetry, travel, with many nods to retro, and always exude positivity.

Mini Labo

Mini Labo is a French brand and design studio.

Its creators, Céline Heno and Caroline Diaz, are fully committed to design and illustration, using their creativity to collaborate with other brands and editors. Thanks to their many collaborations in France and Japan, they have a variety of collections in all areas of decoration, including tableware.



Our design department guarantees the inimitable Moutet style: the perfection of the weaving, the research in the work of the weaves, the finesse of the embroidery.

The talent of our in-house designers is also displayed in the “Toile de Maîtres collection”, a series that focuses on the reproduction and interpretation of works of art in Jacquard weaving. Tea towels signed by the “old masters” find their place in the Moutet collection, alongside the signatures of great designers.

The Moutet team is also diving back into its archives to reinterpret the most emblematic models of its heritage. This collection is enriched each year with these newfound icons. Basque linen has a bright future ahead of it!

Moutet Archives

A homage to hundreds of Béarnese weavers who, for 100 years, have all contributed to an excellent collection of “Archives” that reproduces and reinterprets the most iconic of our old cardboard designs and brings them to light once again!

Patrick Lebas

Designer, illustrator, editor, but above all, passionate about food and wine ! This Burgundian dusts our French terroir with his quirky world and his phrases that hit the mark. His motto ? In Pinot Noir, we trust.

Perry Taylor

Sharp observer of life in Gascony, South-West France, he sets his sights on capturing the region that he loves so much. He sketches its landscapes and its inhabitants with a typically British humour. Each drawing is an affectionate nod to the region.

Perry Taylor (Oxford 1958), designer and illustrator, has more than 30 years’ experience as an artistic director for advertising agencies. Now he draws funny pictures at his studio in the Hautes-Pyrénées.

Sokina Guillemot

“Dare to do”: Sokina Guillemot has come up with this phrase, which she borrowed from Sonia Delaunay, her mantra. The diverse – and sometimes unexpected – experiences and collaborations of this multidisciplinary Parisian designer always bring her back to textiles. The importance of lines at the heart of her work produces lunar creations, a colourful and flowery world inspired by her travels, all the while remaining simple.

Zofia Rostad

A passionate artist, Zofia Rostad has designed home textiles in bright and vivid colours for 30 years. Today she is known for exhibiting her work at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs (Decorative Arts Museum) in Paris, the Musée du Papier Peint (Wallpaper Museum) in Rixheim and at the Musée de l’Impression sur Étoffes (Printed Fabric Museum) in Mulhouse.

With a presence in the most important decorative arts museums, in 2012, a retrospective exhibition of her work was held in Poland, her native country.