The town of Orange is located in Provence and besides colourful touristy textiles, it is still possible to find the more traditional Provençal fabrics, as here at Cosy (7 Place des Herbes) a yellow piece of fabric produced by the Provençal textiles company Olivades. This tradition originates in the 18th century textile industry of Orange that was initiated by Jean Rudolf Wetter. His factory, which employed more than five hundred workers in 1762, produced so-called Indiennes, printed textiles that were originally known from India. Orange's town museum preserves several specimens of Wetter's work. Photo Paul Smit.