Dea's couture collection represents the best in terms of fabries, laces, embroideries and workmanship.
Lace, embroideries and special processes find themselves perfectly in harmony in the Gelso series.
Gubbio is the collection in which linearity becomes a masterpiece. It is done by combining two embroideries punto Parigi and full stitch. The first is obtained after the after hand pulling some warp threads. Remnants of the warp are knotted into strips using a single-needle machine, which gives rise to a subtle and delicate ﬁnishing.
The craftsmanship makes Dea Couture products true masterpieces, which cannot be reproduced without the skilful craftsmanship of people who pass on their knowledge over time with love and dedication. In the Milo series, particularities create excellence.
Inspired by the stylistic magnificence of the Art Nouveau period, Ottocentosessanta uses some distinctive processes proposed by Dea.
A romantic and wonderful lace is the protagonist of the Palazzo series. The proposal of lace of rare beauty and quality is certainly one of the stylistic elements that characterize the Dea proposal.
The à jour embroidery is nothing more than the French denomination of a stitch that is part of the Tuscan artisan tradition, where it has always been known as "giornino".
Sea Island is a the most luxurious and highest quality cotton grown in the world today. The raw materials come from West Indies and are guaranteed to be of the highest quality by the Sea Island alliance. Spun and woven in Italy this fabric takes on a unique characteristic such as shine, resistance and an unmistakable "touch".