The co-founder of Fil rouge and Insermode, a company and work placement site which manufacture masks but also clothing in Marseille, jumped on the return of “made in France”
The first contact with Annie Carrai was dotted. Overwhelmed, she did not answer the phone. However, we had to join it, because Fil rouge, the integration company that she co-founded with François Aufort, was then the only one in the region whose prototype of a general public mask had been approved by the State. It was in full confinement, in the spring. She finally had the opportunity to carry out a project that has never left her: to recreate a textile manufacturer in Marseille. This sixty-year-old granddaughter of a Marseille pantalmaker, however, began her career in the era of relocation, has seen brands set up their production units one after the other. It was in the 80s.
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