What is the definition of Made in France?
A product can be labelled “Made in France” as long as the part that required the most manufacturing, often the tailoring, is carried out in the country.
A design which does not use French materials but is still produced in France can therefore be labelled “Made in France”.
At ERES, all of our laces are French, but some of them are assembled using a technique that has become increasingly rare in France. As such, for some of our products that use French lace, you will see “Made in Morocco” on the label.