Born in Port-Vendres, Anne Couderc grew up in joy and carelessness in a timeless region at the foot of the Pyrenees. She continued her studies in economics and management in Montpellier, where she then worked for ten years in a large regional bank. It was at La Ciotat that she moved in with her husband, Stéphane, to start a family and raise their three children. There was the idea of transforming the sails of boats. When in 2002 her friend went around the world, she made bags in her worn sails to accompany her on her journey. The bags go around the world, and other bags follow, for the pool, sailing... The pleasure of creating new products, always unique, and the encouragement of those around her encourage Anne to go further. It was in 2005 that the business started from a professional angle, entering into a company incubator to make the project hatch. The Les Toiles du Large brand was registered in the spring of 2006. The collection of sails is organized: the concept "one sail, one bag" is announced: each sail donor will receive a bag made in his own veil. The desire for a solidarity and social ecology leads Anne to a partnership with local work support structures, where disabled people sew products and equip them with eyelets and pressures. It is in this authentic and human spirit that the company Les Toiles du Large was born, in the spring of 2007. The structure grows, Stéphane joins the ship at the beginning of 2010. In 2012, Les Toiles du Large invested the Armament building, on the site of the shipyards of La Ciotat, to install its first Boutique Workshop. In 2015, the second Atelier-Boutique opened under the Voûtes de la Major in Marseille. Another historic site in an emblematic area of Marseille. Thus, since the beginnings of the Toiles du Large in 2002, the philosophy is intact: to sublimate the sails. Only the position of the seams, carnations and navigation scars gives the creations their character, their elegance and evokes the memory of a previous life.

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