Alessia: Curtain that names this collection and mixes linen with recycled polyester, and with a delicate marbled design in 2 neutral tones.
Gin: our successful linen sheer curtain presented in a variety of neutral colors. Elegant like no other texture, linen dresses contemporary windows better than anything else.
Foggia: curtain with a high percentage of linen and with one hand and spectacular fall.
Amatrice: linen blend fabric, with an elegant transparency effect, caused by the different thread density of each strip. Amatrice in white and linen is rustic and irregular in its thickest part.
Norcia: another of our bets for the curtains of rustic appearance, presented in 3 very natural colors.
Mantova: linen curtain of great quality and elegance, available in natural colors and earth.
Verona: 100% linen ideal for curtains, presented in a beautiful range of natural colors and earth. Enjoy the finish and the fantastic fall to dress the most select windows.
Monza: 100% linen fabric for curtains, presented in a range of natural colors, with a pleasant finish. Ideal to dress the most select windows.
Bari: great fabric proposal for curtains with a high percentage of linen and high transparency.
Barletta: linen blend fabric, with an elegant transparency effect, caused by the different thread density of each strip. Presents a spike drawing with a worn effect.
Fingle: linen blend curtain, with an elegant floral design. Ideal to dress the most select windows.
The ethereal work of Betina Du Toit
Betina’s images capture a variety of blue, green, brown and orange tones in what appears to be an endless autumn. She is able to draw a natural beauty in each of her works. Originally from a small town on the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa, Betina began her career as a journalist. After working for several important publications, she looked back at the camera, a medium she has always been attracted to and now occupies all her attention in her adoptive home in Paris.
Betina spends her time filming editorials for important publications like Nylon and V Magazine, or brands like Chanel and Dior. Regardless of the project, she always works intuitively and intimately, resulting in images “stripped of the non-essential” and where nature plays an important role.