1.3m single piece. This simple cotton gauze seduces with its colours and dense, yet light pattern, just like the generous leaves and colourful flowers of the garden. It is manufactured by Atelier Brunette, whose vision is to create timeless fabrics that allow customers to create unique one of a kind garments.
Please note that we cannot guarantee the product colour as each monitor and device represents colours differently. If colour is important, please contact us for a swatch.
When Annabelle and Rajeev founded Atelier Brunette in 2013, they were on a mission to create an exclusive fabric apparel brand with a zest for design, quality and one of a kind motifs. The base of fabric production naturally takes place in India, known for its textile industry and high-quality materials. Rajeev originally from India, is responsible for the fabric production and Annabelle oversees the design and reputation of the brand in France and throughout the world.
Atelier Brunette also offers a new look at textiles. From the beginning, the brand experiments with innovative methods and designs, resulting in exclusive fabrics with never seen patterns, colors and materials.
Through the purchase of Atelier Brunette fabrics and the creation of fashion, this approach is consistent with the slow fashion movement: “Consume less and consume better”.
Standard 100 OEKO-TEX® certified.
Atelier Brunette is committed to working with professionals in the textile sector. By working directly with local Indian factories without any intermediaries, Atelier Brunette has put in place, conditions and rules that respect the entire team. This process allows Annabelle and Rajeev to be in constant communication and regularly check the working conditions of all employees as well as the way the fabrics are manufactured. Atelier Brunette is also committed to the fact that their factories have all the necessary certifications to work with the European market (ISO 9001 and REACH).
width: 140cm (55in)
weight: 85g/sqm (2.5oz/sqy)
We recommend always pre-washing/drying your fabric in the same manner as you intend to wash the finished garment.
For best garment care + longevity + sustainability we recommend: Wash with cold + low spin + dry flat, we do not recommend tumble dry
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