A wave of technology gives a new flair to luxury silks at Denis & Fils. The French weaver’s AW1920 pre-collection reveals strikingly original textiles that forge links between advanced print technologies, sophisticated surface manipulations and mixed-fibre research.
Drawing on the latest manufacturing techniques, Denis & Fils is the embodiment of creativity, offering a fresh take on couture and designer wovens. The famed silk house explores skilful warp prints, sublimation by lamination, ultrasonic surface-cutting and much more to lend distinction to the feminine fabrics in its winter pre-collection.
Trend-wise, an urban approach with fairy-tale accents heightens the emotional power of this high-end woven collection. Poetry combines with a modern aesthetic in a textured fabric journey ranging from amazing jacquards to hybrid prints, cut-outs and remarkable cut-yarn constructions in pure or blended silk fibres. Colour-wise, work is in progress on a wide range of solid tones rounded out by shadowy colour plays, as conveyed in the Première Vision AW1920 inspirations.
Perpetually evolving, and anxious to preserve the values of the quality textile chain, the company’s fabric developments are inspired by its heritage yet make use of the latest technologies to provide both creative and technical responsiveness. With its own in-house quality-control department and research laboratory, Denis & Fils spares no effort to meet the multiple fabric needs of luxury houses and fashion designers.