Our story:

Fab’ was founded by Fabrice Lallemand, a professional photographer who loves manual work. After studying business operations management and training in traditional leather goods techniques, Fabrice started an entrepreneurial adventure.  His vision was one of encouraging consumers to choose sustainable products made in Quebec.

The company was founded in 2016, with a mission of creating durable, ecologically responsible, and high-quality products for everyday life in a design style representing minimalism and modernism.  

«I think you have to do things with passion.»

Henri Cartier-Bresson, humanistic photographer

Doing our part:

Aware of current environmental issues, we firmly believe in the importance of including eco-friendly values ​​in the development of our company.

All our raw materials are carefully selected for their sustainable and ecological qualities.

We use full grain leathers from tanneries certified by the Leather Working Group (L.W.G.). Our suppliers are among the best on the market and are constantly striving to improve their environmental performance. They are recognized, among other things, for their facilities with low environmental impact, which in turn reduces their consumption of water, energy, emissions into the air and their waste.

We minimize our packaging by using reusable or recyclable solutions, both in store and for our deliveries.

Since we love challenges, we are committed to improving our practices day after day with the changing times!

About the L.W.G certification:

The aim of the Leather Working Group is to bring more transparency and sustainability to tanneries and artisans. For manufacturers in the leather industry, this means avoiding the use of potentially dangerous substances and reducing consumptions of water and energy. In addition, safety at work is regularly monitored. In this context, the L.W.G. has developed an audit protocol for the sustainable and responsible production of leather.

Currently, the L.W.G. brings together many players in 21 countries at different levels of the leather production and supply chain.

More information about the Leather Working Group.