Maison & Objet 2013 Sept: new lace, linen and velvet light of Mastro Raphael,
Elegance and harmony, yarns, colors and natural fabrics, textures that reveal an artisan that is combined with technological innovation. In Paris, at Maison et Objet, Mastro Raphaël showcases his unique savoir-faire well.
Lace, linen and flax combined with light velvet. This material and the alphabet with which the House of Spoleto tells its own proposals for haute overnight couture dressing area and filters the light of day.
Wire-Filia is a collection that traces the history of Valenciennes lace, which enhances and reproduces the structure light and the cloudy appearance. Mastro Raphaël enriches the bedding (pillows and bedspreads) and tends macro with beautiful graphic images in jacquard, for a chic and sophisticated vision.
Adam has declined in quilting, bedspreads, pillows and duvet covers- this collection combines the delicacy of floral patterns on the preciousness of flax, combined in tone-on-tone variants in pink, brown, ivory and gray. Light and sophisticated, the quilting point that characterizes the quilt and the quilt, gives him a nature decidedly modern.
Finally, there is the Ghirlandaio with the theme of ornamental damask, velvet made from a semi-gloss set with a precious decoration, damask stands on the essentials of natural linen bed linen (applications and carvings in fact living on a quilt design placed with inlays , on cushions jewel striped or floral) or curtains, made of light or heavy linen.