DICTIONARY OF PRODUCTS’ NAMES – LAUNCH 2017

VOYAGE À KYÕTO-SHI COLLECTION 


M156 – La Cérémonie du thé

From Italy, La Cérémonie du Thé is a fabric whose weaving recalls the traditional crochet: feminine and delicate. Its metallic yarn in polyurethane, on the other hand, gives it a contemporary look. Wool, main fiber, offers a gentle and noble mesh. This fabric is available in four sophisticated colours: alabaster, champagne, persian blue and carbon.

M157 – Pavillon d’or

Of Italian origin, Pavillon d’Or is a viscose velvet whose design is the work of two successive laminations: a first lamination deposits an adhesive film drawing geometric pattern; the second deposits a multi-coloured metallic film, which binds delicately with the drawing area. The fabric is ennobled by an “Airo“ finish, giving it a swelling, which gives it all its elegance and its very soft touch. Its vibrant colour: ‘burnt orange’, boosts the range. It is intended for heavy upholstery and cushions.

M158 – Équinoxe

Equinoxe is a false plain printed digitally on the same base as the Danse des Cyprins, 100% linen fabric. Ideal for drapery and cushions, it gives a very natural look in your interior. Available in three colours, bronze, seychelles and champagne, Equinoxe matches the drawing Danse des Cyprins from the Misia collection «Voyage à Kyõto-Shi». This confection originates from Austria.

M159 – Neon lights

From a very contemporary style, Neon Lights is a velvet in cotton and viscose, with changing colours. In weft, its flame chenille yarn gives the fabric a thick, soft fur. The viscose chain, created with a multi-coloured yarn, printed in dyed space, allows subtle associations of colours, for a velvet of great refinement. Made in Italy, its high Martindale makes it ideal for heavy upholstery.

M160 – Hanadai

With its fine, herringbone structure, Hanadai is a delicate sheer, ideal for drapery. Linen and cotton, two noble, natural and soft materials, create a warm and comfortable atmosphere. Viscose, on the other hand, gives a soft gauze fall and a satin sheen. A version with sequins is also available, called Geiko. Both these fabrics are produced in double width.

M161 – Geiko

Geiko is a sheer describing a subtle herringbone pattern. During its production, this fabric is ennobled by a weaving with its yarn adorned with discrete spangles. Linen and cotton, two noble, natural and soft materials, create a warm and comfortable atmosphere. The viscose grants it a supple fall, and a satiny shine. A plain version without sequins is also available under the name of Hadanai. Both these fabrics are produced in double width.

M162 – Jeu de signes

Jeu de Signes is a cotton jacquard with a very poetic design. Its beauty lies in the combination of two very different materials: on a slubbed cotton base, in a very natural spirit, a raffia style polyamide yarn, more modern, designs a pattern reminiscent of the Japanese scripts, as though drawn with the brush. Jeu de Signes is ideal for ideal for drapery falling in a smooth and voluptuous manner. It is available in three very natural colours: sand, olive green and carbon.

M164 – Les Ondes de Jade

Les Ondes de Jade is a wool satin, on which the digital printing technique has allowed the reproduction of this large geometric pattern inspired by the Art Deco. Its two colour ranges, rich and deep, are painstakingly worked to obtain the following tonal harmonies of colours: copper and olive green.

M165 – Mont Fuji

Mont Fuji is quality reinterpreted in a modern way. Selected for their sweet harmony of tones, its yarns (raffia, viscose, guip. and lurex) draw stripes of alternating colours. A ribbon presents in the weave creates the mesh of small dots, which brighten the fabric. Perfect for your upholsteries. Mont Fuji is available in four refined colours.

M166 – Princesse Aiko

Princesse Aiko is a silk and linen jacquard in which these two noble materials intermingle, in a delicate play of matte and glossy light. The yarn of colours, often tone on tone, often creates random swirls with subtle iridescent reflections. Available in a range of 15 colours, Princesse Aiko is ideal for drapery and cushions

M167 – Soleil Levant

Soleil Levant is a jacquard made of silk, cotton and linen. On a base with iridescent reflections, the yarns draw a small geometric pattern inspired by Art Deco. The drawing, more matte, is set apart subtly from the shimmer of silk. Pass the finger: its acrylic heat shrinking yarn creates relief. Available in a range of 12 stylish colours, this jacquard is ideal for drapery and cushions.

M168 – Perles de Tapioca

Perles de Tapioca est un velours de coton et viscose au look contemporain. L’alliance entre un fil de coton uni et un fil de viscose space-dyed apporte la richesse des couleurs à ce sublime velours. C’est également le contraste entre coton et viscose qui confère au poil cet effet mat et brillant. Une finition «Airo»  apporte quant à elle un lustre et une douceur supplémentaire. Grâce à un martindale élevé, ses sept coloris modernistes sont à décliner sur vos sièges à usage intensif.

M170 – Rizière des Promises

Rizière des Promises is a semi-plain made from natural and noble material. Mainly composed of extremely refined pure virgin wool, together with a shimmering linen yarn, a cotton yarn twisted with a metallic yarn, they are then woven with the most beautiful raw materials currently available on the market. The yarns are first dyed in Italy and France, then woven in a workshop in the north of France which has been certified ‘EPV’ ‘Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant’ [Living Heritage Company], then finally the fabric is crushed and processed to make it soft to the touch in a workshop in south-west France, which works with the biggest international Haute Couture brands. These exclusively crafted fabrics can be used for drapery and upholstery, thanks to their high technical performance levels. Rizière des Promises is available in a range of 13 neutral and elegant colours, plus the amber colour. This beautiful semi-plain can be coordinated with the jacquard Repos des Samouraïs.

M171 – Repos des Samouraïs

Repos des Samouraïs is a jacquard made from natural and noble materials. Mainly composed of extremely refined pure virgin wool, together with a shimmering linen yarn, a cotton yarn twisted with a metallic yarn, they are then woven with the most beautiful raw materials currently available on the market. The yarns are first dyed in Italy and France, then woven in a workshop in the north of France which has been certified ‘EPV’ ‘Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant’ [Living Heritage Company], then finally the fabric is crushed and processed to make it soft to the touch in a workshop in south-west France, which works with the biggest international Haute Couture brands. These exclusively crafted fabrics can be used for drapery and upholstery, thanks to their high technical performance levels. Repos des Samouraïs is available in a range of 11 colours. This beautiful jacquard with its small geometric pattern can be coordinated with the semi-plains Rizière des Promises.

M174 – Midnight Tokyo

Midnight Tokyo is a pined velvet with a very contemporary image. Its relief is highlighted by the association of cut and curly yarn, accentuating the 3D effect. The multicolour film provides a rich depth of colours to the fabric. Available in five modern colours, Midnight Tokyo is ideal for your heavy upholstery.

M175 – L’Or de Kyoto

L’Or de Kyoto is a satin of silk and cotton, which creates a play of matte and glossy effects. The combination of a cotton yarn and a matte polyester yarn draws a star shaped geometric pattern. Jade, midnight, gold and burnt orange… a range in satin and high colours, tempered by a few tone on tone colours. L’Or de Kyoto is designed for drapery and cushions.

M176 – Ruelles Japonaises

Ruelles Japonaises is a viscose pinned on a cotton base. The depth of colour is accentuated by the looped yarn, cut at random: this gives the velvet its three-dimensional effect. Pass your finger: for each colour in the range, the three colours of yarn are spread over three superimposed levels. A pixelated effect and a raised texture, very original.

M177 – Le Sanctuaire de Koya

Of Italian origin, Le Sanctuaire de Koya is cotton velvet dyed using the “spray died” technique. Its ancient appearance and its changing reflections are the work of two successive laminations: a first lamination deposits an adhesive film drawing the irregular pattern; the second deposits a multi-coloured metallic film that is bonded delicately in the drawing area. Le Sanctuaire de Koya is ideal for heavy upholstery and drapery.

M178 – Danse des Cyprins

Inspired by the traditional Japanese goldfishes, the digitally-printed design on linen Danse des Cyprins is the modernized version, produced by our creative studio. It is printed on a base of 100% linen, a noble and elegant material that enhances the rich colours of the Japanese fish. Its range of colours, lively and intense, is permitted by the digital printing technique. It is available in three colours: seychelles, burnt orange and champagne. A coordinated plain is available under the name of Equinoxe.

M179 – Pic du Lotus

With 16 colours combining neutral colours with the flagship colours of this launch, Pic du Lotus has the largest plain range of the Misia 2017 collection. It offers a pleasant touch to the warm and comfortable interior in perspective. Its high Martindale makes it ideal for heavy upholstery.

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