All the designs of new Dominante collection were originally drawn on the paper by hand, and only after that they were digitized and finalized. Seven unique, but not alike each other designs are the main motive of the catalog. And among them there are both large-rapport and small geometric designs, which do not overload the image.
Laced patterns and lilies
The first design was inspired by the openwork ornaments of Gothic cathedrals. The inherent Gothic expression and dynamics, the expressiveness of each decorative element, is embodied in these patterns.
The second design alludes to the fleur-de-lis, one of the most popular coats of arms figures, and alludes to European history.
The third design, reminiscent of a chessboard, the small rhombus is a particular highlight of the collection, a reflection of the ballrooms of medieval palaces and the ladies of the court soaring in dance. The alluring sheen creates an interesting satin effect. Geometric ornaments evoke associations with knights' armor, reliefs on jewelry or the works of Italian masters, who deliberately violated the architectural principles of the Gothic style in the name of beauty.
The collection also features one of the typical Tudor symbols, a modified thistle. This design is the embodiment of English restraint and impeccable taste.
The flowing lines of the Art Nouveau design are the essence of all European culture in a radiant fabric, the embodiment of refinement and elegance.
Using two yarns in the base, we have achieved the effect of a voluminous shining pattern, which creates an impressive contrast of matte and shimmering. Fine lines are interwoven, as if history itself is frozen in them. On rare occasions there may be a natural thickening of the thread, which is due to the natural composition: 40% cotton and 26% viscose. The width is 2,85 meters, which allows not limiting oneself in realization of the most various projects.