L’Amy is founded by Louis Félix LAMY in Morez, birthplace of the French spectacle trade. The first glasses start to be exported to Italy.
AUGUSTE LAMY develops nose pads and frames.
International Exhibition in Sydney.
Construction of a modern factory in Morez.
JEAN LAMY becomes head of the company.
ROBERT and JACQUES LAMY take over after the war.
Production reaches 1.2 million frames per year.
The L’Amy Group is one of the forerunners in the manufacture of glasses under licence.
MARC LAMY joins L’Amy SA.
Signing of the CHEVIGNON licence.
L’Amy is one of the few remaining French companies to base all its manufacturing in the Jura.
Signing of the KENZO licence. SONIA RYKIEL and ROCHAS licences are relaunched.
Online sales catalogue is launched.
Online after-sales service.
LE TEMPS DES CERISES and TED LAPIDUS licences launched at SILMO.
BALMAIN and CERRUTI 1881 licences launched at MIDO.
BALLY licence launched at SILMO.
MUGLER licence launched at MIDO.
Le Temps des Cerises Junior licence launched
The group takes on new staff at the Morez site and produces 500,000 pairs of glasses Made in France SONIA RYKIEL children's collection is launched