|Composition:||48% Wool 47% Polyester 4% Polyamide 1% Metallic Fibers|
|Suitable For:||Dresses, Jackets|
This designer tweed boucle fabric is woven from wool threads in golden brown, white, black and burgundy. Soft and textured, it is embellished with a sea of tiny sparkling sequins which, together with metallic threads, lend a luxurious sheen to the surface. The creative Swiss team decorates it with custom-made laser-cut hologram sequins shaped like flowers. One of the latest developments, they are sewn by hand onto the glimmering ground with golden threads.
This haute couture masterpiece is created by Jakob Schlaepfer, the legendary Swiss manufacturer with passion for innovations. One of the gemstones in our exclusive collection, it is ideal for one-of-a-kind dresses or Chanelesque jackets. If you are the one ready to steal the show, this is definitely the fabric of choice. Lining is required for more comfort in wear.
Classic tweed fabric is a medium to heavy weight wool cloth created by twill or plain weave with thick untwisted fibers. Wool tweed has become famous for its application in classic men’s suits and coats, however, no less legendary is tweed boucle - the women’s version of this fabric introduced by Coco Chanel in the 1950s.
Some call it 'tweed', some prefer the term 'boucle', but what is meant is a type of textured fabric woven with fancy yarn, lurex threads, trims, ribbons and so on. Solid or full of color, it is perfect for women’s suits, skirts, jackets and coats. Tweed boucle fabrics are soft and elegant and bring a timeless aesthetic to any wardobe.
High quality tweed fabrics are created by such distinguished European manufacturers as Clarenson, Ruffo Coli, Grosber, Carnet, Malhia Kent and Jakob Schlaepfer.
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All fabrics on our website are priced by the running 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