Let yourself be transported to the year 1858 in Flanders. At that time, weaving was a specialty of flax farmers, a way to earn extra money during the harsh winter months when it was too cold to work the land. All flax fabrics were transported by horse-drawn wagons to Kortrijk, the center of
Libeco is still operating at this location today, more than 150 years later. Flax is a locally produced fiber, processed by experienced and passionate craftsmen.
Meanwhile, the fifth generation of the Libeert family manages the company.