This lightweight silk chiffon is defined by a combination of geometric and floral patterns. Vertical stripes in light blues and slate greys are complemented with matching blossoms, with yellow coneflowers providing a pop of color.
This sheer black tulle fabric is embroidered all over with myriads of glistening paillettes and glass bugles. The lower part is decorated with multilayered floral appliques made of lightweight georgette.
This turquoise silk shawl features a devore floral pattern in soft brown and bright blue. Velvety flowers, obtained by burning away viscose fibers, create a nice contrast to the otherwise smooth surface.
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 wool and silk blend twill features a damask style print on a pale green background. It is applied via screen printing, which means that each color is transferred onto the ground with the help of a special screen, one by one, until all the inks have been used.
This grey Swiss batiste is a remarkable legacy of renewed ‘timeless cotton’ manufacturers. Hausammann, a Swiss organic fabric organization member, is thoroughly committed to quality, creativity and reliability.
This luxury embroidery is created by the brilliant Italian team of experts who know all about style and haute couture. The white tulle fabric is decorated with embroidered flowers in an array of pale blue, ivory and white tints.
This cotton blend boucle in white, ecru and black is a loose weave fabric with a bold texture. Woven with fancy yarn to give it some sweet volume, it pleases the hand with its soft feel and the eye with its mottled, almost striped look.
This black Lyon lace is a true masterpiece produced on one of the three looms remained from the 19th century. It is made of pure cotton, with a blooming floral pattern and fancy scallops along both edges.