This Super 100’s suiting fabric features a fine stripe pattern on a dark blue background. Constructed in a twill weave from extrafine worsted wool, it is durable and resilient, with a smooth feel, perfect for classic suits to be worn every day.
This deep blue jacquard boasts two floral patterns: a jacquard one and a raised cloque pattern in golden, green and burgundy. They interweave to create a voluminous fabric for festive dresses, skirts and even lighter coats.
This stretch silk satin in burgundy is lined with golden crowns, keys and locks, precious jewels and heart pendants. Mostly made of natural silk fibers, this fabric allows the skin to breathe, feeling wonderful on the body.
This silk shawl features a polka dot pattern, combined with a set of logos which range from black to pale grey. Lightweight and smooth, it drapes gracefully around the neck, exuding charm and femininity.
This silk chiffon fabric features a floral print in soft reds, maroons and dark greens on an off-white background. Made of pure silk, with an airy feel and a soft hand, this sheer fabric is comfortable to wear even in the hot summer.
This luxury organza fabric is decorated with flower appliques and leaf embroidery. The pattern is highly detailed and elaborate, and these semi-floating petals make you wonder how the Swiss masters managed to keep the sheer ground so smooth and even.
This lightweight cotton fabric features a fun conversational print on a white background – gramophones, grand pianos, discs, baths and cars carried by colorful tropical birds. Made of Tana lawn cotton with high thread count, this fine fabric has an amazingly soft and smooth feel.
This gorgeous metal shank button has an elegant rhomb-like shape. The heart is a luxurious beige crystal (Light Topaz), surrounded by four baguette crystals of the same color and finished with large and small tender pink (Crystal Powder Rose) Swarovski rhinestones.
This cotton blend lace in dark grey comes with an all-over floral pattern, carefully outlined with tone-on-tone soutache cord. The French lace masters combine several weave patterns to create a subtle multitone effect.