Following the thread of Collections …
It all begins with a thread of silk or cotton, stitched or embroidered, the essential structure of textiles and the result of the transformation of plant fibers into wovens.
Then, the thread, as a dynamic and graphic wave, animating a surface.
Next, the thread of a story as in Toile de Jouy paying tribute to a historical textile tradition.
Or, the thread following the curves of the Tokaïdo Road in Japan, at the origin of the woodblock prints by Hiroshige during the era of Edo. Or yet still, the red thread reminiscent of the Opera to celebrate the holidays…
Calicot Peacock : In the 17th century, the name Calicot was given to the group of cotton fabrics manufactured in India, the origin of the name comes from the city of Calicut. Bed linen in printed percale 200threads/inch2, bias finishing.
Fibre Fusain : Fiber is a botanic rope transformed into a textile yam for the weaving industry or the sewing. Bed linen in printed percale 200threads/inch2, bias finishing.
Tokaido Caramel : Tokaïdo “the road side of East sea” is the link road between Tokyo and Kyoto in Japan, constructed during Edo era, the source of Hiroshige painting. Bed linen in printed sateen 300threads/inch2, bias finishing.
Galant Cuivre : The word “cravate” in French is a derivative of Croate, the Croatian cavaliers under King Louis XIV and recognized by their knotted neck scarves. This new accessory was named with the word “cravate.” With further development of menswear, the cravate became the essential element of urban elegance. Bed linen in printed sateen 300threads/inch2, bias finishing.
Swan milk : The absolute milky-white and luxurious plumage, full of grace as are the curved lines of the iconic Yves Delorme logo. As essential and elegant as the thread of our story. Bed linen in damask sateen 500 threads/inch², flounce finishing, reversing to plain colour.
Pénélope Opéra : Bed linen in damask sateen 300 threads/inch2, piping finishing, reversing to Triomphe.
Prisme : It is the graphic representation of the multiplication of a geometric faceted form, and translated by a weaving technique. Bed linen in damask sateen 300 threads/inch², flounce finishing, reversing to Triomphe.