Art Deco fabrics then and now
Art Deco is surely one of numerous symbols of the 20th century. It is widely associated with such iconic names for that period, as Paul Poiret, Sergei Dyagilev with his Bullets Russes, the masterpieces from Chanel and Martial & Armand, not to mention silent movies from Europe and Hollywood.
Fashion is cyclical in nature, and, obviously, such remarkable, sumptuous yet delicate fashion style should have become actual once again. Some of its symbols have been lost along the way, such as long mouthpieces, arctic fox mantillas or pheasant feathers. However, the essense of Art Deco is pretty much the same as almost a century ago.
Art Deco fabrics in TISSURA
Like the dresses of Ballets Russes dancers, your sequined fringe tulle dress will dazzle when exposed to flashlights, yet give you lustre in soft candlelight. Red satin dress is surely no less impressive: lustrous, smooth and chic, it leaves no doubts about who will be in the centre of everybody's attention.