There are many materials used in ready-to-wear with very different characteristics. Some are used more than others because they have many advantages.
THE TECHNICAL MESH
Technical mesh is a flagship material! You probably already know it if you are a fan of our products. It fits perfectly with the current trend: activewear, chic clothes for active women looking for comfort in their clothes. It is a particularly comfortable, aesthetic and above all easy to wear material. It can be used in all types of clothing: leggings, pants, dresses, etc.
It is a material that does not crease, it is ideal for taking it everywhere without taking your iron.
In our eco-responsible approach, we use this material in its recycled version.
Modal is a natural material and very soft to the touch. It is light, absorbent and smooth. It is ideal for making winter clothes because it keeps you warm and comfortable. It requires little maintenance and will not shrink in the wash. It is made from natural wood fiber cellulose and chemical transformation. We recommend that you wash clothes in cold or delicate water.
This is THE MATERIAL for the summer! Linen is light, fluid and insulating. It is a natural material that respects the environment and is comfortable. It lasts a very long time without fluff and without deforming and is seen as a noble material and a sign of distinction. It allows you to make chic and elegant pieces without compromising on comfort.
Crepe is a very fluid material, ideal for summer clothing. It ranges from transparent to opaque and from thin to thick. The peculiarity of its weaving makes the fabric feel rough or grainy to the touch. This in no way detracts from the comfort of crepe products. The polyester crepe can be washed at 30 or 40 ° C, tumble dry at medium temperature and iron at moderate temperature with steam so as not to damage the fabric.
It is the most used material in winter! It is a fabric that is tightly knitted to avoid allowing air to pass under clothing. It helps keep us warm. The mesh can retract and expand without deforming over time and therefore does not need to be ironed. Not all stitches are the same weight or the same thickness and the way of sewing is also very important in the final result.
Jacquard is not actually a fabric. Rather, it is a printing technique that allows you to give patterns to a fabric through weaving. It is therefore not an impression because it allows to have a fabric with more or less complex and personalized reliefs and patterns. Wearing clothes with jacquard allows you to be comfortable.
This material is used in ready-to-wear as well as in furniture or accessories. Jacquard is synonymous with nobility and prestige.
We owe the invention of this technique to Joseph-Marie Jacquard, who in 1801 made the machine for making these weavings in Lyon.