Silk is the precious fabric among the most requested and used to create a tailored haute couture dress. Why ask for silk? Considered as the most comfortable, hypoallergenic fabric, it lends itself wonderfully and can be worn all year round.
100% pure and usable in countless types of processing.
Roxana Pansino, high fashion designer Prêt-à-porter, knows how to best use this precious fabric and is proud to use only the highest quality Italian silk, coming from silk factories located in Como, Italy.
Georgette is a very fine and light fabric, with canvas weave, slightly rough to the touch. Its name derives from the French dressmaker Georgette de la Plante who created it.
Jersey was a heavy knit fabric used by the fishermen of the English island of Jersey. Considered unsuitable for tailoring, it became fashionable when fashion designer Coco Chanel used it for her creations. The jersey is a plain stocking, simple, light, soft and naturally elastic.
Crespo satin is a fabric with a smooth and shiny side and the other rough and opaque. Both sides can be used as a right, sometimes alternately.
Organza thin and transparent fabric, with canvas weave, made with organzino silk yarn. Nowadays, many organs are woven with cotton and with synthetic fibers. The most luxurious organs are still woven in silk, in France and in Italy.
Chiffon from the French chiffe, cencio, is a rich fabric as fragile, very light, in weave cloth produced with twisted crêpe yarns; it is soft but resistant, very transparent and slightly creped.
Crêpe de Chine fine, diaphanous and light silk fabric obtained with the use of alternating, compact torsion plots; in linen weave with the characteristic crepe surface. Produced with natural silk, acetate or triacetate.
Tulle takes its name from the French city of Tulle; it is a fabric created by threads that intertwine in a very open way, creating a transparent but very stable net. It can be made with different materials that determine the characteristics and the soft or rigid hand. The silk tulle is the most precious, as well as soft to the touch.
Marocain heavy fabric, due to the thicker weft thread are created horizontal wavy ribs. Produced with twisted crêpe yarns.
Cloqué from the embossed French; a fabric characterized by small, symmetrical swellings, highlighted in our case by a metallic yarn, the lurex, an intertwining of fibers and vaporized aluminum.
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