Our fabric archive consists of rare beautiful silks, either one-of-a-kind or limited editions dating from seasons past and decades gone by.
You will find printed fabrics from around the world, hand-picked for their exceptional quality, print technique and origin, expertly sourced from antique fairs, auctions, vintage stocks and mills world wide. 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 for example discover the fabrics from the iconic Atelier Sache, a well known designer who developed prints for Dior, Balenciaga and Schiaparelli amongst others during the 1960s and 1970s. You can also explore the georgeous jacquards by the iconic Suisse Mill, Abraham who worked for many years with YSL.
And last, but not least, you can indulge in the beautiful silk twills from the well known french mill, Bianchini Ferier who worked with Lanvin, Worth and patou amongst others and who was the innovator of many new technical processes manufacturing silks in the 1960s, as for example Crèpe de Chine.