Saint Bernadette Vest — Dew Quilt Indian Cotton
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La Maison du Rêveur - Saint Bernadette Vest
Our Saint Bernadette Vest is created in a special double sided quilted Indian cotton. The simplicity of its form, combined with the eloquence of this fabric makes it an artful addition to your wardrobe. Handmade in Switzerland.
The cotton ribbons on each side offer various sizing.
Designed in a loose silhouette with adjustable straps that fits all sizes between XS - L.
The model is 177cm tall and a Size Small.
Dew Quilt Indian Cotton
100% Organic Cambric Cotton Block Print, GOTS certified
This fabric is Handmade
Our Dew Block on one side and a yellow cream Block on the other, sandwiching organic cotton wadding with a quilted stitch to hold everything together.
Traditional hand block and dye techniques are used to make this wonderful rural cloth. The natural dying process results in some colour variation on the lighter base.
We are devoted to bring highest quality in fabrics and production, each piece is carefully designed, uniquely combined with organic fibers and exquisitely handmade in Europe.
Designed in Switzerland, handmade in Switzerland. All fabrics are 100% Organic and GOTS certified.
This item is a made to order item and takes 3-7 days in production.
Cold or hand wash only, do not tumble.
La Maison Du Rêveur is a slow fashion brand founded in Switzerland. The vision of ‘The House Of The Dreamer‘ is to create pieces that indicate dreams.
The beauty of the French romance and its artistic history enchanted us. Its spirit lives still in the wind that wanders through the country, restlessly blowing through old, empty castles taking on the stories of their walls.
The great poets, for example, brought themselves into the world by dressing their ideas in words, shaping them by writing, trying to express the utmost deepest of feelings, not ever sure in what form or feeling it will arrive at a strangers heart. So did the Painters.
In their minds they saw the colors combined with the structures and with each stroke they dressed their canvas and brought to life their idea. Their art was their way of expressing themselves in a language no one can speak, one that is not teached by the books.
One that is not understood by mere meaning, but must be felt and revealed to everyone, individually.
We, like a poet, like the painters, dress our ideas, but in fabrics. We carry these dreams in us, our minds untiringly striving for the perfect combinations to expressing the inmost of our vision.