Inter-Spitzen AG will be present at Interfiliere in Paris and will be showing the extent of its production. The Swiss company offers two collections per year, inspired by fine art, cinema and nature, and works with the most important brands.
Inter-Spitzen AG is one of the leading Swiss embroiderers in St. Gallen in eastern Switzerland. The town is most famous for its baroque abbey, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But it is also known as one of the most important textile centres in Switzerland. The family business, which was founded in 1985 and now part of the Forster-Rohner Group, is located St Gallen. Today, it is managed by Caroline Forster. It employs 350 people in Switzerland and Romania. The merger with Forster-Rohner provides the company with a larger production capacity thanks to the Asian and Swiss manufacturing facilities.
Sketched by hand and drawn up by computer, several hundred high-quality, stylish and innovative embroidery designs are produced every year. Two collections are created per year for use in lingerie production, one for the spring/summer season and one for autumn/winter. The designers draw their inspiration for the assortment of embroidery pieces from a number of different sources, for example current prêt-à-porter and couture shows, films, art, architecture and, last but not least, nature, which offers unlimited design possibilities with its countless flower and leaf shapes.
A great deal of passion, artistic skill and technical expertise goes into implementing the many ideas and wishes of our customers as well as our wide-ranging collections.
Inter-Spitzen works closely with clients such as Simone Pérèle, Aubade, Lejaby, Implicite, Lise Charmel, Beijing Aimer, Embry HK, Shenzhen Huijie, Triumph, Wacoal EMEA, Agent Provocateur, Van de Velde and Victoria’s Secret.
It exports almost all of its production. Since 2020, Inter-Spitzen AG has also been creating durable hygienic masks. They are available in various styles and colours on Inter-Spitzen webshop. The masks are tested and comply with the requirements of the Swiss National Covid-19 Science Task Force.