Lace and embroidery

Since there are no remains of Roman time lace work, history marks the 16th century as the launching point of this openwork fabric which from the very beginning represented a symbol of luxurious living, refinement and elegance.

Today, both lace and embroidery embellish garments, home decor fabrics, shoes, head pieces and lingerie. The discussion is endless and the ways lace and embroidery cover and discover the body, inducing mystery, sensuality and glamour in both pret-a-porter and haute couture items are infinite.


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