Armor-Lux dresses museum agents

Armor-Lux and the National Maritime Museum have signed a patronage agreement to dress the reception and mediation agents of the Brest, Port-Louis, Rochefort and Toulon sites.

The endowment is composed of several models from Armor Lux's locker room and personalized with the name and logo of the museum. 370 parts have been kindly provided for 52 agents and contractors.

Since its creation in 1938 in Quimper, the Bonneterie d'Armor designs and manufactures quality clothing and textile accessories. The brand "Armor-Lux" is today a brand recognized for the originality of collections that draw their inspiration from the colors of the sea and Brittany. It is also a company that has made the bet to maintain jobs in France and defend a unique know-how in the manufacture of wool and cotton mesh products.

More than a brand, Armor-Lux perpetuates today a lifestyle, authentic clothing and sustainable commitments. In a globalized and ethically sensitive sector, he has integrated sustainable development at the heart of its strategy to offer its customers clothing that has strong social and environmental guarantees.

Faithful to its Breton territorial anchorage, Armor-Lux regularly engages to defend the heritage and support causes that celebrate the maritime tradition, the sea and the sailors. The relations between Armor-Lux and the Navy Museum are old: collaboration at the exhibition "Sailors make fashion" (Paris, 2009), staffing accessories for the reception staff during the week closing of the Palais de Chaillot (Paris, 2017).

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