There are many reasons that lace fabric remains as popular today as it was centuries ago. One of these reasons is that the material can be made into an infinite array of different styles, from the classic and traditional to the modern and contemporary. Here we look at four of our lace fabrics that fall firmly into the latter category.
Unique, unusual and artistic, Bertrand ivory lace fabric has a near-weightless handle thanks to the fact that it is only lightly embroidered. Framed by an oval edge featuring a geometric design that gives a nod to the bridal trend for Art Deco aesthetics, the body of the lace is an explosion of satin, chiffon and translucent sequins forming an ever-changing floral motif.
Combining several different stylistic elements to create a striking yet harmonious wedding dress material, Fiona ivory lace fabric features plenty of embellishment in the form of beading and cordwork. For pure, unashamed dramatic effect, Fiona should definitely make your contemporary shortlist.
The name 'Mindy' means 'beautiful honey' and you're sure to feel sweet when you discover this gorgeously feminine lace fabric. A new addition to our collection, the opulence of Mindy ivory lace has already made it a big hit with our many couture clients.
Mindy is a lace that we have added to our collection in early Summer 2019 and one which has already caught the eye of our couture clients.
Decadent yet delicate, Zapolski laser lace is based on an extremely lightweight and sheer ivory tulle. Onto this, the designer has embroidered a flowers-and-foliage design, embellished with laser-cut 3D petals and leaves. The edges of these elements stand proud from the base, creating a mesmerising visual effect.
We hope these examples have whetted your appetite for lace fabric with a contemporary style. Browse our website now to discover more thoroughly modern magic!