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.