Tweed fabric on jacket from Dormeuil
Tweed fabric on jacket from Dormeuil

Dormeuil is a French textile company founded in 1842 by 22-year-old Jules Dormeuil.[1][2]


Dormeuil began with importing English fabrics to France. By 1862 its headquarters were established at 4 rue Vivienne in Paris.[3] The first shop outside France was located at 10 New Burlington Street in London.

Dominic Dormeuil is the current President.[4]


Monobrand stores are located in Paris, Neuilly sur Seine, Bordeaux, Strasbourg and Minato-ku, Tokyo.[5]

See also


  1. ^ Dormeuil: history
  2. ^ 2012 Joel & Son Fabrics Dormeuil
  3. ^ History
  4. ^ Dormeuil
  5. ^ Dormeuil shops
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