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Fabric – D A N I E L L E • F O L K E S

A collection of fabrics exploring colour, texture and pattern inspired by aerial views. Techniques used are devore, disperse dying, screen printing and hand embellishment. All rights reserved.

A collection of fabrics exploring colour, texture and pattern inspired by aerial views. Techniques used are devore, disperse dying, screen printing and hand embellishment. Copyright © 2016 Dan…

A collection of fabrics exploring colour, texture and pattern inspired by aerial views. Techniques used are devore, disperse dying, screen printing and hand embellishment. Copyright © 2016 Dan…

Maillot by Jeanne Lanvin, summer 1924, at the Palais Galliera, musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris. Worn during a poolside soirée at the home of Marie-Laure de Noailles in Hyères.

This remarkable illustration of the talent of Lanvin's embroiderers sums up the house style, with its mix of the eye-catching and the sophisticated. It was worn at an evening pool event at Marie-Laure de Noailles' residence at Hyères, in southern France.

Ballerina Camiknickers by Hermine. c1940s Ballet dancers in classical tutus in a variety of different positions. Individual silhouettes have been cut from the lace and appliquéd to body. (Royal Pavilion & Brighton Museum)

Embroidered light orange and purple silk georgette "camiknickers" (teddy) by Hermine, c. Lace woven with a pattern of rows ballet dancers in a.