|Composition:||67% Cotton33% Polyester|
|Manufacturer:||Forster Rohner AG|
|Suitable For:||Finishing & Separate Garments|
This haute couture lace is a splendid cloth produced on high-tech equipment in Switzerland. It is made mostly of cotton and is as soft as you expect it to be. We are enchanted with its detailed floral design, with scrolling floral motives in olive, pink and mauve standing out against the ivory ground. Guipure lace is a beautiful work of art on its own, but it becomes irresistible when woven with multicolored threads.
Gorgeous in all its complexity, this soft cotton lace is heavier than traditional laces and works wonders when fashioned into dresses, wedding gowns, skirts, corsets or overlays. Go with this sumptuous ivory lace or opt for the black option, perfect for eveningwear. The width is under 1 metre.
Guipure lace fabric is a type of bobbin lace that consists of raised elements interconnected with bars and subtle plaits. One of the most elegant lace types, it is also known as Venetian lace, and is a surefire trend for bridal and evening dresses in 2018. This lace can also be used to finish skirts, bodices or trains. Guipure lace is distinguished by thick outline that accentuates the beauty and splendour of the pattern. This lace is durable and easy to sew with.
Haute couture fabric is a luxurious type of cloth constructed by hand from start to finish with the application of high end materials and great attention to detail. Each single metre of couture fabrics requires lots of time and craftsmanship, which results in outstanding designs and exceptional quality. Referring to the women's fashion only, these fabrics make eye-catching dresses and show-stopping skirts.
Haute couture fabrics are traditionally represented by opulent embroidered tulles by Jakob Schaepfer, Forster Rohner and Aldo Bianchi, exquisite laces by HOH, Sophie Hallette and Riechers Marescot, etherial silks by Taroni, Ruffo Coli and other renowned European brands.
We offer worldwide shipping on all items in Tissura online shop. Whether you live in London or Norwich in the UK, New York or Daytona Beach in the USA,
Sydney or Alice Springs in Australia, we will deliver the fabrics straight to your door.
We accept bank transfers and payments by credit and debit cards. Learn more about our payment and delivery terms.
All fabrics on our website are priced by the meter. The term "running meter" or "linear meter" is used in the fabric industry.
To convert meters to yards, use the conversion factor 0.9144. In other words,
1 Yard = 0.9144 Meters
1 Metre = 1.0936 Yards