This white bridal Lyon lace is a true masterpiece produced on one of the three looms remained from the 19 th century. The lightweight point d’esprit cotton netting features a large floral pattern, overlaid with soutache cord.
This botanical patch is a royal embellishment produced in India almost entirely by hand. It is composed of textile and metallic threads embroidered on top of a piece of tulle and lavishly finished with emerald green glass beads, bugles and sequins.
This lightweight wool and silk fabric comes in an elaborate paisley pattern in brown, terracotta and turquoise. Quite loose and translucent, it has an overpowering soft finish – a pure pleasure to your fingers.
This metal shank button is a six-pointed snowflake encrusted with sheer rhinestones and drop-shaped crystals. A perfect embellishment for any apparel, it will take your design to a new level with its luxurious vibe.
This turquoise silk shawl features a devore floral pattern in soft brown and bright blue. Velvety flowers, obtained by burning away viscose fibers, create a nice contrast to the otherwise smooth surface.
This double coating fabric consists of merino wool blended with equal amounts of cashmere and silk. One side is beige, while the other is heather grey, and both can serve as face for your next outerwear piece.
This gorgeous metal shank button has a charming rhomb-like shape. The heart is a vibrant Swarovski crystal, surrounded by a set of small baguette rhinestones and pear-shaped drops (Light Siam and Siam).
This silk taffeta fabric in mustard yellow is woven of different colored yarns that produce a mesmerizing shot effect. Renowned for its crisp drape, lustrous sheen and distinctive rustle, it is a great choice for special occasion wear.
This luxury fabric is like a snapshot of a summer meadow strewn with blossoming flowers. It consists of hundreds of sheer organza appliques, stitched around the petals in ivory threads and decorated with a series of woven stamens of the same color.
This white Lyon lace trim is a true masterpiece produced on one of the three looms still remained from the 19th century. The lightweight cotton netting features a large floral motif, overlaid with matching soutache cord.
This fancy fabric consists of printed tulle, embroidered all over with hundreds of printed tulle flowers. Each applique is hand stitched to the sheer ground, and all together they create a series of parallel rows.