The Maison Margaux Tardits is an independent French brand that brings together women’s talents on behalf of women.
A real social business, its approach falls within a social, environmental and economic rationale.
Exceptional materials in keeping with a sustainable approach
The Margaux Tardits collections prioritise naturally fine-quality materials primarily derived from silk and cotton: satin, crepe, chiffon, organza, Radzimir, etc. The embroidery (for the most part designed by Margaux) is also crafted in silk and cotton. The Maison Margaux Tardits pays the utmost attention to the choice of its materials/fabrics in Europe, mainly in France, Italy and Spain, all in line with extremely precise specifications. For instance, Elitex in Italy is one of our main suppliers. For 60 years, from one generation to the next, it has continued to innovate with respect for the environment (Eco-friendly + Organic silk labels).
Prioritising exceptional know-how
All our chosen partners provide a healthy and caring working environment for their employees and comply with QHSE (Quality, Health, Safety and Environment) norms in their workshops.
Timeless, custom-produced collections
Our inclusive social policy
As a small company, we are deeply committed to:
• Guaranteeing a safe, fair and respectful working environment for all our employees
• Training and investing in our teams to give them the opportunity to learn and grow with us
• Taking care to maintain a caring and cheerful atmosphere on a daily basis, irrespective of the time of year
• Remaining mindful of everyone’s work/life balance.
Our economic policy
We also recognise our responsibility to contribute to the economic development of the local areas where we carry out our business. For this reason, we are committed to:
• Paying our employees and suppliers a fair wage or price.
• Encouraging sustainable economic growth through our business practices.
• Ensuring that our business activities are conducted in an ethical and transparent way.
• Supporting and honouring the DEFI tax (created in 1984), which encourages responsible fashion that supports French know-how and local manufacturing.
Our charitable actions
Our everyday steps
• Using tissue paper and cardboard rather than plastic.
• Reusing cardboard boxes for daily dispatches between workshops.
• Sorting all our waste.
• Minimising printing as much as possible and reusing scrap paper.
• Purchasing raw materials, office equipment and marketing resources as locally as possible.
• Reducing our individual carbon footprint by prioritising cycling, public transport and walking.