This sequined fabric is a charming creation of Jakob Schlaepfer, a world-renowned Swiss manufacturer known for its constant experiments and the love for innovations when it comes to fabrics. The fine chiffon ground is embroidered with hundreds of white sequins.
This luxurious metal shank button has an elegant rhomb-like shape. The heart is a graceful crystal (Black Diamond), surrounded by four baguette crystals of the same color and finished with lovely (Light Grey Opal) Swarovski rhinestones.
This cotton blend lace fabric in slate blue 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.
This exclusive pink suiting fabric is made of worsted wool. The production technology of such wool provides exceptional qualities: since all short fibers are removed after combing, the remaining long-staple wool is lightweight, warm and wind-resistant.
This navy silk organza is decorated with satin stitch embroidery in beige, blue and off-white. With both edges fancily cut and trimmed, it captivates with its irresistible soft finish and raised texture.
This beige jersey knit is made of viscose, a semi-synthetic fiber known for its breathability and absorbency. Immensely soft and pliable, it contains a slight amount of elastane for a lovely 4-way stretch.
This fancy organza fabric features a triangle pattern embroidered with lurex threads. The highlight is a series of hand-cut elements that fill the sheer fabric with air and emphasize its intricate design.
This silk crepe de chine features a trendy stripe print in ash and silver grey, slate blue and light lilac. Fluid and translucent, it is a durable and long-wearing fabric which makes stunning dresses and skirts.
This viscose stretch jersey knit fabric features a whimsical floral print on a black background. It is applied via screen printing, which means that each color, be it orange, lilac or magenta, is transferred onto the ground with the help of a special screen, one by one, until all the inks have been used.