Elegance in Brown

Elegance in Brown Following Pitti Uomo, shades of tan and mocha have surfaced as key fashion colors for Spring / Summer as well as for early Fall. A mocha ground shade is accented with blue checks and worn easily with jeans, chinos, or tailored trousers. View post on imgur.com 412.006 (6) from D Philosophy Spring … Read More

Style with Substance

Dormeuil designs and manufactures luxury cloth that not only feels incredibly soft and luxurious but performs better than any other fabric in the same category. View post on imgur.com The first step in this process is the selection of the most precious long filament fibers. View post on imgur.com These superfine long fibers are then top … Read More


Sometimes used as currency in ancient Egypt, linen has a long history as a go-to luxury cloth for Summer. Egyptian mummies were wrapped in linen as a symbol of light and purity, and as a display of wealth. View post on imgur.com Dormeuil uses the world’s finest linen fibers from France and Ireland. Following Memorial … Read More

Rex Fabrics Haute Couture in Miami: Things to Consider When Choosing Your Wedding Gown

Rex Fabrics Haute Couture in Miami: Things to Consider When Choosing Your Wedding Gown As a little girl, you must have daydreamed about your big day, or watched haute couture runway shows and imagined yourself being dressed in a beautiful gown. For this very reason, in the wedding planning, all brides are most thrilled about … Read More

Exclusivity by Dormeuil

Exclusivity by Dormeuil. Are genuine exclusive fabrics of critical importance to your business model? If they are not, we believe they should be! The DNA of genuine exclusive luxury cloth can now be traced and verified. Consumers of luxury product demand authenticity and the value of rare and precious ingredients.   View post on imgur.com … Read More

Sakura Season

The Sakura season has now begun a few weeks ago in Japan and the Dormeuil Aoyama boutique display shows the commitment shared for KIBOU 311. View post on imgur.com KIBOU311, which is a combination of two Japanese words; KI meaning “Special” and BOU meaning “Wish” – which when joined together translates to “Hope” in English, … Read More