Its lace has already won over big-name brands – Victoria’s Secret, Etam, Vanity Fair, Phillips-Van Heusen and Marks & Spencer – and Moonlace has no intention of stopping there.
The lace specialist (knitted, crochet and jacquard lace) is exhibiting for the first time at Interfilière Paris and has serious ambitions for Europe.
The sister company to Dragon Lace, it employs 300 people and generates turnover of USD 20 million. Exports represent over 50% with a network of agents in France, the UK and the USA. Suzhou Moonlace Co. has a design studio and its own research and development centre. It runs several production sites for spinning, knitting and dyeing. Boasting high-speed and Karl Mayer Raschel machines, it currently produces 2,000 tons of lace and is capable of offering even higher capacity.