On one side, the smell of apples and fresh rain, the soothing silence of the countryside, the tawny and reassuring warmth of red brick; on the other, the dazzling colors of a mysterious country and the bewitching scent of spices.

That's it, Moismont. A need for authenticity and a return to basics tinged with a desire to escape, a touch of elsewhere in the midst of deep roots.

Moismont, Picardy, France

Martine and Jacques de Moismont

A family home whose walls resonate with the laughter of children and the stories they have witnessed.

In winter, we put on rubber boots, an anorak, then wrap ourselves in a scarf to face the cold in the middle of the orchards. At nightfall, we warm up around the fireplace, we chat, we listen to the crackling wood.

In summer, jam workshops and excursions by the sea punctuate children's holidays and after a hot day we wrap ourselves in soft and light fabrics to enjoy the coolness of the evening.

Moismont is above all a house of values ​​and traditions. You feel good there, protected by its walls, benevolent guardians of the family spirit.

And over there, India

History of Moismont: India, production

A whirlwind of stoles in shimmering colors, an infinite variety of materials, ancestral know-how. There is a real scarf culture in India. It is daily, it warms or cools, it is precious.

This is why its manufacture is the subject of so much attention. Yarn dyeing, weaving and printing techniques are passed down from generation to generation. Three different professions, each of which is the custodian of a unique know-how which guarantees the quality of the finished product.

France and India come together at Moismont. Our scarves are made in the Indian tradition, and kneaded with a comforting and friendly softness.

Our designs are made by Adrien Testard, textile designer based in Paris.

Behind a Moismont scarf, we take shelter, we warm up, we cry, we laugh, we live, like behind the walls of a family home.