Rare vintage silks, one of a kind, or limited editions dating from seasons past and decades gone by.
Prints that have been hand-picked for their exceptional quality, print technique and origin, expertly sourced from antique fairs, auctions, vintage stocks and mills world wide. Our collections are based on using rescued fabrics and materials from stocks worldwide. Close to 90% of our products are made out of vintage dead-stock fabrics dating from the 1950’s and onward.
The diversity of the fabrics evoke the idea of travel, discovery and storytelling.
Our fabric archives consists of over 300 references, where you can find rare silk prints sourced from around the world and within different cultures.
Dior, Balenciaga, Ysl and their ” Impressions au cadre “
Discover Atelier Sache, a well known fabric designer who developed prints for Dior, Balenciaga and Schiaparelli during the 1960’s and 1970’s. He was famous for his color interpretations and his “impressions au cadre”. You can also explore the geourgeous jacquards by the iconic Suisse mill, Abraham, who worked for many years with Ysl.
Bianchini Ferier and the invention of the ‘Crêpe de Chine’ silk
As well as beautiful Twill silks from the well known French Mill, Bianchini Ferier who worked, among others, with Lanvin, Worth and Patou and was the innovator of many new technical processes manufacturing silks, as for example Crèpe de Chine.