Natural fibres are mixed with synthetic and plant fibres on tapes, for resilient consistencies and compact variations.
Linen combines with viscose on multi-stripe tapes or with drop-needle rib patterns.
Positioned and assembled tapes enhance the zippers.
Silk and cotton alternate in compactly woven jacquard tapes, where the natural subtlety of processing using shaded and degradè threads is accentuated.
Mixing threads with apparently divergent textures provides volumetric patterns on trimmings; in fact, we find ornamentations with alternating textures, made with regenerated nylon and polyester combined with uneven fibres and enhanced by glossy treatments and contrasting coatings.
Regenerated cellulose is used to make perspective buttons.