This gorgeous scarf is a creation of Jakob Schlaepfer, a famous Swiss manufacturer renowned for its constant experiments with designs and textures. Entirely made of polyester, it is woven as a stretch-knit fabric to give it a slight stretch effect that silk scarves lack.
This Chantilly lace fabric comes with eyelet and sequin embroidery. Crafted by Riechers Marescot, the famous innovative lace producer, it boasts exceptional design – silky apples appliques sit alongside beaded flowers embellished with shiny sequins.
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 Chantilly lace boasts a delicate floral pattern and lavish embroidery. Peppered in dots and tiny blossoms, its sheer background features three lines of neat bouquets placed in a chequerwise manner.
This sheer beige Chantilly lace is embroidered with metallic threads in a dainty floral pattern. It is embellished with flossy roses and glimmering golden sequins, attached to the ground in a half-overlapping manner.
This exclusive French lace fabric comes in a delicate floral pattern. Re-embroidered with ecru and black ribbons arranged in the shape of flowers, it is one of those unique laces France has always been admired for.
This sheer lace trim in ivory is decorated with strips of Chantilly lace curled into rosebuds and leaves and attached neatly by hand to the ground. The trim is also embellished with a scattering of glass beads, creating the illusion of a classic point d’esprit pattern.
This chocolate brown scarf by Holland & Sherry is claimed to be “woven in Scotland from the finest cashmere in the world”. This British textile and tailoring company sticks to manufacturing standards dating back to 1836.