In an era where ‘sustainable’ and ‘recycled’ are some of the hottest words in fashion, Les Lunes is the trail blazer. Founded in 2010, the sustainable clothing company uses fabrics made from bamboo in all its products. CEO Anna Lecat’s idea for her business was ambitious; have a design team based in Paris, source materials and manufacturing in China, and sell in the United States. “I wanted to create a company where we could control the entire process and could employ the most talented people in their field, regardless of where they’re based,” explains Lecat.
This meant finding a solution that not only kept Les Lunes’ teams in sync, wherever they were based, but allowed them to communicate and collaborate freely on everything from design work, to marketing content to administration information. “Because our team is so spread out, it was very important to have tools where we can communicate, share data, pictures, purchase orders, everything and in real-time,” Lecat says.
To holistically connect Les Lunes’ design, production, and in-store teams, Lecat turned to Dropbox Paper.
I can’t imagine how we’d collaborate if we didn’t have Dropbox. Being able to work together from any location elevates us and keeps the business growing at an accelerated rate.