This sequined tulle fabric is designed by Jakob Schlaepfer, one of the most renowned and innovative Swiss manufacturers in the world. Myriads of slate green sequins sit side by side on a stretch ground, waiting for their turn to become some chic apparel.
This white cotton batiste is a remarkable legacy of Hausammann, the distinguished ‘timeless cotton’ manufacturers. The Swiss organic fabric organization member is thoroughly committed to quality, creativity and reliability.
This extravagant velvet fabric features a paisley print in rich and juicy shades of burgundy, maroon, green, blue and yellow. Made of viscose and silk, it is soft to the touch and has this outstanding drape we love thin velvet for.
This dainty velvet fabric boasts a sophisticated blue and bordeaux devore ornament, obtained by burning away viscose fibers. The pattern contains lots of various motifs: neat paisley, lush flowers, eastern ethnic.
This lightweight cotton fabric features a pink and blue sea rose print on an off-white background. Liberty of London takes inspiration from its archives, reinventing the once popular prints in new qualities and colors.
This dark brown suiting fabric is woven in a prunelle weave using Super 130’s merino worsted wool. What sets it apart from other wool fabrics is its natural elasticity that allows for up to 20% stretch in the weft.
This black cotton fabric is decorated with a plethora of flowers and fruit, mingled with snakes, birds and butterflies. The print is so lavish that it takes hours to examine the whole picture, and with each look you are bound to find new details you missed before.
This black guipure lace features a series of swirls and twirls worked up into whimsical patterns. A harmonious blend of cotton and polyester, it is soft as a feather and has stronger durability, which makes it a go-to option for garments you are planning to wear often.
This patterned tulle is embroidered all over with sky blue beads and sequins and sparkling rhinestones. The pattern starts with a V-shape, followed by geometric figures which change their size from top to bottom.