Couture fabrics are the type of luxury cloth produced for creating high fashion outfits. Manual work with meticulous attention to details, the application of the cutting edge machinery, luxury décor and sophisticated design set them in a special niche reserved for designer and special occasion dresses.
As follows from the definition, couture fabrics extremely variegate across such criteria as content, weave or design.
Completely subjected to fashion designers’ imagination, in fact, they are mostly the embellished versions of such well-known textiles as silk, cotton, linen, wool, lace, tulle, tweed and boucle.
As was stated above, the term “couture” recalls for high fashion standards, and says next to nothing about the way this or that couture fabric feels against your skin and what you should expect from it. To dot the i's and cross the t's, we have prepared the comprehensive list of couture fabric categories fashion designers go for this fashion season:
This list comprises the most flashy couture fabric options en-vogue this season, including the timelessly fashionable textiles, however, it obviously doesn’t pretend to be covering the whole scope of fabrics ever applied in high fashion.
Given the impressive multiplicity of fabric types and the complexity of their designs, there's no surprise great expertise and advanced machinery are required in such production. That is why these fabrics are created by the brands, whose names speak volumes to any sewing aficionado:
At Tissura, you can buy online couture fabrics represented with hundreds of luxury textiles by the renowned European brands. They are regularly updated as soon as a manufacturer develops a new design so that you could always enjoy the cutting edge fashion trends.
Here are some images of the most alluring textiles from our couture fabric collection:
Metal-embroidered Chantilly lace fabric, 580.50 € (730.10 US$) per one running metre
Sequined wool gauze fabric, 2,463 € (3,096 US$) per one running metre
Embroidered tulle fabric, 1,225 € (1,540 US$) per one running metre
Sequined tinsel chiffon fabric, 875 € (1,100 US$) per one running metre
Silk is a timelessly trendy natural fabric woven from the cocoons of silk worms. The world’s most famous fashion brands regularly apply it for various men’s and women’s outfits earning the admiration of the audience.
How to stay cool on a hot summer day? Wear fabrics built for the heat. Cotton, linen, viscose, silk – there are dozens of summer-friendly materials you can choose for your wardrobe. The best fabric to opt for when the temperature rises should be breathable and comfortable.
The wedding dress is one of the most important clothing items a woman gets to choose in her lifetime. It can be made of silk or cotton, lace or tulle, be strewn with sequins or embroidered with beads.