This padded fabric consists of three layers: waterproof fabric, warmth-keeping material and beige Chantilly lace. Sophisticated and wearable, it’s an all-weather must have that can keep cool and warm up.
This beige Chantilly lace fabric amazes with a whole range of weave patterns, embroidered with glass bugles and beaded ruffles. It is designed with narrow scalloped edges that set a pattern of elegance and refined taste.
This silk taffeta fabric is woven of cream and light brown 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 fine gauge tulle fabric in beige is embroidered all over with hundreds of floral appliques. Featuring the same color, they are attached neatly to the sheer ground without tightening or pulling it.
This fine gauge tulle in beige features a cutwork pattern of lush flowers set amid dainty leaves. Such technique is also known as Richelieu embroidery and requires much time and scrupulous attention to produce a refined specimen of impeccable quality.
This Italian silk crepe de chine is a lightweight fabric with a soft hand and considerable lustre. Made of 100% silk, it comes in a delightful print of floral bouquets in shades of beige, brown, green and more, which blends beautifully with the cream background.
This navy cotton poplin fabric boasts an exclusive Paisley Feather print in shades of yellow and white. The design is inspired by watercolor motifs from the Liberty London archive, reimagined with a modern touch.
This festive tweed boucle is half wool mixed with a variety of fibers for an unbeatable hand and texture. Italian designers weave beige, brown, green and turquoise yarn with strands of multicolored sequins, barely visible at first sight.
This green wool and silk jacquard fabric is a definite must-have for your fall/winter wardrobe. It is designed with a smart houndstooth pattern that gives it extra shine, and it is overprinted with flowers and paisley motifs in black and off-white.
This caramel scarf with fringed ends is made of rare and incredibly soft vicuna yarn, the "fiber of the gods". It was manufactured by Italian fashion house Ermenegildo Zegna that produces just 30 vicuna suits a year.
This wool and silk twill fabric features an eclectic mixture of paisley patterns in shades of brown, grey and black. The print is applied via screen printing, which means that each color is transferred onto the ground with the help of a special screen, one by one, until all the inks have been used.
This finely detailed tulle is embroidered with an infinite number of light lemon sequins and glass beads. They are arranged in parallel rows that run from one edge to the other, shimmering from every angle.