Albert Guegain, the French art of flexibility, reactivity and creativity

19 April 2022

Based in the Northern part of France, Albert Guegain represents the best of embroidery production made in the country. With an unmatched choice of patterns, designs, colours and fabrics.

It is the story of an embroidery workshop which started its activity in a French village in the North back in 1888, with the construction of the first Saurer embroidery machines. Taken over by Albert Guegain in 1954, the Albert Guegain company was born. It has since developed a strong know-how in various sectors of embroidery.

It offers a complete production made in France with the drawing, the punching, the production, the finishing and the scalloping of the embroideries. The choice is almost endless: Albert Guegain has a catalogue consisting of 100 fabrics on stock, 500 colours of yarn and close to 2,600 various designs and patterns.

This helps Albert Guegain to produce a great variety of models for its collections. The company produces embroideries and models for bridals, haute-couture, ready to wear, lingerie, kids and also for interior design and accessories such as shoes or bags.

Efficient and creative

The company’s work is made on three promises :

Flexibility: a wide range of base materials with colour and card on stock service.

Reactivity: a very fast production based on efficient and modern equipment and also from Albert Guegain stock service bases.

Creativity: Albert Guegain design studio creates over than two designs per day. Part of the company’s inspiration comes from extensive archives since 1880.

A daring creativity will shape the character of the autumn-winter 22/23 pre-collections. They are marked by unusual visual effects: interplays between embroidery patterns and grounds, gaming of scale and patterns, yarn blends, improbable imaginary encounters and subtle shine. The trend towards naturalness, even in hides and skins, in no way will impede a look made for delights.

Albert Guegain will be present at Interfiliere Paris from June 18 to 20, booth B048.