This exquisite Solstiss lace in celestial blue comes with an all-over floral pattern, carefully outlined with silver soutache cord. Edged with dramatic eyelash scallops, it looks like a light fairy-tale gossamer.
This Chantilly lace fabric is a remarkable piece of art by Solstiss, one of the most renowned French lace fabric manufacturers of our days. Solstiss used a special dye technique known as ‘sfumato’ to give it a shaded effect and produce a soft transition between light blue, grey and silver tones.
This gorgeous taffeta is designed by Ruffo Coli, a time-honored Italian manufacturer of hi-end fabrics. It has a jacquard weave design and comes in multiple shades of grey, artfully combined to create a stylized floral pattern.
This exquisite guipure lace fabric celebrates the bounty of nature, interlacing blossoms, grapes and pomegranates into an elaborate pattern crafted in silver tones. Joined with a weightless lattice net, it shimmers with delicate glitter, especially in the evening light.
This sequined fabric created by Jakob Schlaepfer consists of myriads of sequins, sewn onto a fine polyester ground. Sequins are attached in a half-overlapping manner and sit firmly on the chiffon, allowing it to be cut any way needed for your special design project.
This exquisite silver guipure lace comes with an ornate floral pattern. With its medium weight, moderate stiffness and exceptional texture, this lace is ideal for all kinds of garments and looks stunning as overlay.
This lightweight organza fabric features an ice grey color with an elegant metallic sheen. It is decorated with hot fix Swarovski rhinestones of various shapes and sizes, attached by hand to the sheer ground in a swirling botanical pattern.
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.
This silk lame chiffon is an innovative creation of Jakob Schlaepfer, famous for its constant experiments with fabric designs and textures. Fine and translucent, it is woven with metallic fibers that go loose here and there, just like festive tinsel.