This jacquard fabric features an emerald green and aqua green jeweled stones in the bronze settings on a dark green background.
• How does it feel – dense, completely opaque, slightly textured, has a beautiful sheen.
This stunning stretch tulle is embroidered all over with strands of beige, cream and golden sequins. Arranged in a slightly overlapping manner, they create a horizontal stripe pattern that will look gorgeous on skirts, dresses and tops.
This decollete embellishment is a true masterpiece produced on one of the three looms still remained from the 19th century. A gorgeous piece of ivory Lyon lace shaped like lace collar, in 100% cotton, with a whimsical floral pattern overlaid with matching soutache cord.
This beaded tulle trim is embroidered with hundreds of beads in shades of pink. Featuring small flowers with brighter beads in the centre, it is ideal for apparel accents and any decoration you seem fit.
This scalloped lace in deep blue features blooming floral trios lined with soutache cord. Made of cotton and a blend of premium fibers, it is sheer and airy, but still durable and keeps the original appearance for a long time.
This metallic silk lamé fabric is a know-how created by legendary Swiss manufacturer Jakob Schlaepfer. Smooth and lustrous, it features an abstract print in shades of pink, coral and black, while golden and silver metallic yarn forms a subtle python pattern all over the surface.
This Italian cotton poplin features a lavish botanical print – trees, grass and water-lilies on a grey background. Made of pure cotton, it is opaque, breathable and delightfully soft, ideal for warmer weather dresses, blouses, shirts and skirts.
This white metallic lace is the ultimate creation by Solstiss, the centuries-old lace weaver based in France. It has a distinctive pleated design with a silvery metallic thread woven in to outline the floral motif.
This dainty velvet fabric boasts a sophisticated yellow and bordeaux ornament, obtained by burning away viscose fibers. The pattern contains lots of various motifs: neat paisley, lush flowers, eastern ethnic.
This lightweight silk chiffon features a laser print on a sheer white background. The floral pattern known as ‘mille-fleurs’ in French, which translates as ‘thousand flowers’, enjoyed high popularity in Europe in the 15-16 th centuries.