Lining fabrics are used to line the inner part of clothing to perform a range of important functions. This cloth prevents the outer layer from faster wearing, makes it more comfy to put on and off, forms and maintains the right shape of a garment, as well as hides stitches and various defects of the wrong side.
The most luxury lining fabrics can be made of silk, such as habotai and stretch silk. Another prominent pair of women's linings is viscose-based cupro and Bemberg, both working excellently for any of your fashion ideas.
Silk habotai is known to be a lightweight and breathable lining fabric often chosen for evening dresses for its comfort in wear. This type of silk features a soft hand and a remarkable sheen — either soft or glossy, making it the right option for loose-fitting garments. Made in Italy, habotai silk is a pleasure to work with, as it is airy and soft.
Stretch silk fabrics contain a small amount of elastane, which makes them less prone to wrinkling. These fabrics are represented in a wide colour palette to meet any of your fashion ideas.
No less remarkable are viscose-based Bemberg and Cupro lining fabrics, renowned for their light weight, soft and smooth hand, high durability and air permeability.
The poshest women's lining fabrics come from the world-renowned manufacturers from France and Italy, traditionally offering impeccable weaving and dyeing quality.
Women’s fabrics are represented with a great number of weave types, richest colourways, patterns and fibres. Across the widest range of silk, cotton, viscose, wool or lace, there is one common idea behind every single cloth: all of them have been created to emphasise woman’s elegance.
Luxury women’s fabrics are traditionally created by the legendary European manufacturers with more than a century-old history, such as Pontoglio, Henry Bertrand, Mario Boselli, Sophie Hallette, Taroni… Many of them are family-owned, and still carry the name of the brand’s founder. Not surprisingly, these fabrics are made with reputation considered as the greatest value.