Plant fibres also dominate the accessories; in fact, lace and crochet work for tapings and trimmings are made of cotton, characterised by heavy embossing.
Glossy effects are developed with silk threads, but also on bright viscose that show macro foliage and flowers with buttery nuances.
Silk, moreover, is criss-crossed with coarse yarns such as linen, jute and hemp for three-dimensional combinations for zippers’ tapings and edges.
Regenerated polyester and nylon anticipate the development of very fine embroidery characterised by layering of vegetation.
Regenerated cellulose enhances the proposal for tags and labels that are embellished with embossed patterns and layered embroidery.
Regenerated plastics are also developed in buttons and buckles where the concept of three-dimensionality is accentuated by organic structures and shapes.