Gayou Lace Innovations in Paris

Gayou Lace Innovations

Gayou Lace Innovations in Paris include “Painted Lace” and “Passionate Flowers.

Flowers and the art of painting are at the heart of two new innovative collections by Gayou Lace heading to Interfilière Paris (July 8 – 10, 2017). Designers heading to stand D52-E57 will be some of the first to see “Passionate Flowers” and “Painted Lace.”

Passionate Flowers

Gayou Lace Textures in Textronic
Gayou Lace’s “Passionate Flowers” Collection uses a subtle yarn tension effect to create flowers that feel natural to the touch. Different textures, densities and weights are see throughout the collection in delicate and poetic tones: cornflower, pearl, jade, and coral.

The result is a romantic and vibrant rendering of nature says the company.

The company says “Passionate Flowers” is inspired by their own “Textures in Textronic” theme and is part of larger trend they see of floral lace returning to lingerie.

Painted Lace

Gayou Lace Painted Lace

Photos in this article are © Gayou Lace®.

Delicate, etheeral fabrics may seem like an unlikely canvas, but for a fabric maker, it’s the perfect backdrop. To create pieces in the “Painted Lace” collection, the company uses uses lace as a backdrop on which it “paints” artful brushstrokes of color using a high-tech digital printing technique.

The chosen design is placed on the lace with close precision. This technique is described as a new art form by the company

“In addition, digital printing allows a wide range of color tones and shades; a perfect strong visual addition to entice and intrigue,” said a company rep via press release. “For autumn-winter 2018/19 Gayou Lace has taken us to a Luxuriant Garden, reflected by vibrant tones like garnet red, blood orange and powerful sapphire.”

Gayou Lace Cotton Feel

More Gayou Lace Innovations heading to Paris

Other collection heading to Paris include the lacemaker’s “Dynamic Textured Lace” range and “Cotton Feel” line.

“Dynamic Textured Lace” is described as smooth and soft to the touch, yet visually and technically strong for both fashion and fuller figure. It was created to meet the needs of consumers who love lace but seek invisible underwear. It is, “…a lace that performs as a fabric, yet stays true to the rich textures and depth of lace. As for colour, the lace maker invites us into an enchanting and magical world, full of gold buttons, pumpkins, and lapis lazuli.” said the company.

Gayou Lace Cotton Feel

For women who desire the comfort and touch of natural fabrics, Gayou Lace brings to Paris their new “Cotton Feel” line, in polyamide and elastane. With their soft and natural-looking fibers, the laces in this collection are meant to be light as a second skin, and adapt to all lingerie items. They come in a wide range of patterns like floral, geometric and animal-print.

See these collections and more Gayou Lace Innovations in Paris at Interfilière Paris (July 8 – 10, 2017) stand D52-E57.

Learn More about Gayou Lace Innovations

Website: http://www.gayoulacework.com/
Email: sales@gayoulacework.com

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About Gayou Lace
Created in 1998, the lacemaker comes from a family company which was one of the pioneers of the textile trade in 1940s Shanghai. Specialised in lace fabrics, it is renowned for the creativity of its collections, created by an international team of nearly 30 stylists that presents an average of 240 different and exclusive designs every year.

A global company, Gayou Lace is the chosen partner of leading lingerie brands in the United States, Europe and Asia. With a fleet of 80 cutting-edge machines, it produces up to 70 tons of lace per year. The company, entirely vertical, integrates the whole production process into its own factories, including dyeing and finishing.

Very environmentally conscious, Gayou Lace has been committed to the ZDHC programme to eliminate the presence of certain chemical compounds in wastewater for the past three years. It also participates in the Water Ten environmental project set up by the Chinese government in 2014 to clean river networks of industrial pollution.

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