Liberty silk satin fabric - Emma Louise B x 10cm


Discover our new Fall/Winter collection from the British brand Liberty of London fabrics, with this sumptuous Emma Louise B, 100% silk fabric and its large flower patterns! This natural silk has a fluid drape, it is very soft, soft and does not crease. Its satin aspect gives a lot of brightness to the grounds. This high-quality silk will give elegance and chic to your outfits.

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Data sheet
Sales unit 10 cm
Width 136 cm
Fabrics Weight 100 g/ml
Material Composition 100% Silk
Use Accessories, Clothes and Apparel
Washing Dry clean only
Tumbling do not tumble dry
Ironing If ironing is necessary, put a damp cloth between the iron (at low temperature) and the fabric to iron., Low heat
Bleach Prohibited
Appearance/Touch Very supple, Fluid, Soft, Satin, Silky
Brand Liberty
Pattern Flower
Manufacturing process Woven : satin
Certificate OEKO-TEX®
Oeko-Tex® Certificate number 18CX00048
Manufacturing European
Main color Red
Material Silk
Recommendation/advice Repasser le tissu avec une pattemouille
Fabricant Tissus Liberty
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Silk satin fabric by Liberty of London - Emma Louise B x 10cm

"Aesthetic Renaissance" Autumn collection 2019

For Autumn/Winter 2019’s Aesthetic Renaissance collection, Liberty Fabrics’ in-house design team drew inspiration from the adventurous life and artistic inspirations of Sir Arthur Lasenby Liberty. Traveller, tastemaker and gentleman, Arthur’s passion for globetrotting and treasure-hunting with his wife Emma forms the basis of Liberty’s enduring appeal. Inspirations swing from expeditions in faraway lands to the peace and quiet of English country gardens, via the opulent styles of Art Nouveau and the Aesthetic Movement.

Liberty of London, fabric designer since 1875

In 1884, Arthur Liberty developed the "Liberty" after having opened his first fabric store in 1875 in London: a delicate fabric, so fine that it merges with silk and leaves the pattern visible both sides of the fabric. The print is subtle, discreet, never too flashy, sometimes naive. The pattern, born of a refined alliance of twelve to eighteen colors, merge with each other.

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