The Sophie Hallette Look Book Gets Creative with Lace

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: • References: sophiehallette and trendland
Contemporary usage of delicately classic textiles is seen in the Sophie Hallette Lookbook.

The French lace-maker is famed for having provided Sarah Burton with material for her design of Kate Middleton's bridal gown. The fabric is manufactured using traditional methods that guarantee deluxe quality. Although the production methods are long-established, Sophie Hallette's lace remains relevant as it is used by the world's most famed fashion houses. These include Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Versace and Valentino.

With such royal credentials, the designer unsurprisingly exuberant, yet fabulously strange uses of lace in this latest look book. This is seen in images that depict usually common objects made intricately delicate with the fabric's detail. For instance, the images show a lace butterfly net dangling as its capture escapes softly.

The display of avant-garde uses of lace ensures that the traditional delicacy transcends into modern fashion.