This nude beige Chantilly lace fabric boasts lavish black embroidery over a delicate floral pattern. It was crafted by innovative French manufacturer Riechers Marescot, a constant supplier of the most noticeable celebrities, designers and fashion houses.
This black silk taffeta is a masterpiece by Jakob Schlaepfer, the most innovative Swiss fabric manufacturer. It is delicately embroidered all over with black soutache cord and hundreds of pointed tone-on-tone sequins.
This marvelous scalloped Chantilly lace trim in coal black boasts a fusion of point d'esprit and floral patterns. The House of Sophie Hallette claims to produce “the finest laces in the world” which we completely agree about.
This gorgeous Chantilly lace boasts a sophisticated floral pattern made with silver threads. The sheer ivory ground is lavishly embellished with beads, bugles and sequins in beige, nude, peach and brown hues.
This luxury fabric is created by the brilliant Italian team of experts who know all about style and haute couture. The ivory tulle ground is decorated with all-over floral embroidery made with tone-on-tone and pale yellow viscose threads.
This exclusive cream lace fabric features a large gauge weave design. It is overlaid with matching soutache cord and two-tone striped ribbons, pleated to create whimsical swirls and twirls on the sheer ground.
This white silk crepe de chine fabric features a breathtaking botanical print. Designed in shades of green, pink and yellow, it is superb and detailed just like every single print developed by Jakob Schlaepfer.
This lightweight silk chiffon features a laser print on a sheer white background. The floral pattern known as ‘mille-fleurs’ in French, which translates as ‘thousand flowers’, enjoyed high popularity in Europe in the 15-16 th centuries.