This tweed boucle fabric is designed with a houndstooth pattern. A beautiful blend of white, ivory, blue and greyish brown fancy yarn, it also boasts specks of vibrant red, green and yellow for a pop of color.
This beige suiting fabric is woven in a prunelle weave using Super 130’s merino worsted wool. What sets it apart from other wool fabrics is its natural elasticity that allows for up to 20% stretch in the weft.
This burgundy suiting fabric is woven in a prunelle weave using Super 130’s merino worsted wool. What sets it apart from other wool fabrics is its natural elasticity that allows for up to 20% stretch in the weft.
This silk crepe de chine fabric features playful cherries floating against the black background with white polka dots. Noted for a delicate sheen and a nice crisp texture, it has an excellent drape and easily holds its shape.
This understated tweed boucle is half wool mixed with a variety of fibers for an unbeatable hand and texture. Woven with white, blue, beige and turquoise yarn in a multitone check pattern, it has enough weight for comfortable skirts, jackets and dresses that will come in handy on colder days.
This black Chantilly lace features a complex geometric pattern which includes diamond motifs and diagonal stripes. It is decorated with rows of gathered ribbons and strips of fluff, arranged in a criss-cross manner.
This fine gauge tulle fabric is embroidered all over with zigzag strips of tulle. Inspired by Japanese origami, it is a gorgeous specimen of immense production complexity, given that the lower tulle remained straight after it was embroidered.
This semi-sheer lace in a Chantilly style boasts a grey floral pattern against the pastel yellow background. Lightweight and breathable, it was produced according to high standards of the House of Sophie Hallette.
This double faced wool flannel fabric has come all the way from Italy. It has an exceptional soft finish and consists of two layers – one is melange beige, which looks solid from the distance, while the other is checked in an array of beige and brown colors.
This designer satin fabric is decorated with lush floral embroidery made with contrast coral and beige threads. Smooth and delicate to the touch, it is complemented with metallic threads that add a mysterious glimmer to the pattern.
This double-layered bridal taffeta fabric is something you’ve never seen before. Ruffo Coli’s inspiration gives us a completely opaque cloth with a marvelous soft hand, a smooth finish and a delicate sheen.
This sequined tulle fabric is designed by Jakob Schlaepfer, one of the most renowned and innovative Swiss manufacturers in the world. Myriads of slate grey sequins sit side by side on a stretch ground, waiting for their turn to become some chic apparel.
This greyish blue organza fabric is brought to you by Italian maestros of decoration. It is embellished with exquisite floral embroidery in blue/silver, with lots of voluminous petals providing a textured feel.
This haute couture fabric is a fantasy creation by Jakob Schlaepfer, one of the most famous Swiss manufacturers that is never tired of experimenting. The crushed silk chiffon is embroidered all over with silver laser-cut floral appliques.
Recreate the timeless elegance of Chantilly Lace with this delicate nude beige floral-patterned fabric.
A gorgeous, fine and detailed style of bobbin lace is the signature feature of this fabric, named after the French city of Chantilly.
This exquisite faux fur fabric is a real treasure designed by Jakob Schlaepfer. Its creative team has been playing with color and texture contrasts, opting for a dark green shaped pile and golden sequin embroidery.