This chainette fringe trim in dark grey is decorated with fancy black chain. Highly versatile, it can be used to add drama to any design projects, from dresses, jackets and skirts to purses and other accessories.
This sheer tulle fabric in black boasts tone-on-tone star embroidery. With its light weight and soft hand, it is a fantastic choice for everything feminine, from diaphanous tops and dresses to flared skirts and cover-ups.
This double-layered mesh trim is hand-embroidered with rows of beads, bugles and sequins, varying both in shapes and sizes. Together they create a wide stripe, nestled between copper elements that are attached to the ground in a herringbone pattern.
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.
This Chantilly lace trim in arctic green features a botanical motif, overlaid with matching glass bugles. The Italian masters have carefully embroidered it by hand, paying attention to every single detail.
This guipure lace fabric in cinnamon brown features an all-over floral pattern that looks almost geometrical. It is embroidered with myriads of dull brown paillettes, infusing the fabric with an elegant shimmer.
This double-faced wool coating fabric from Italy is a premium blend of wool, angora and alpaca. It has an exceptionally soft finish and consists of two layers – one is navy, while the other boasts grey melange stripes.
This stunning tulle is embroidered all over with grey sequins, metallic bugles and faceted rhinestones. Laid in neat rows or gathered in flower shapes, these embellishments bring an irresistible sparkle to the fabric.
This wool and silk blend is a translucent fabric with a subtle lustre brought about by metallic threads added into the weave. Lightweight, it has a smooth finish, while lurex threads add just a little bit of roughness to it.
This black Lyon lace trim is a true masterpiece produced on one of the three looms still remained from the 19th century. The lightweight cotton netting features a large floral motif, overlaid with matching soutache cord.