A Slow Pace with Chantilly Lace
For me, Chantilly lace always evokes images of haute couture and elegance. The technique for this lace-making originated in France in the 17th century and was produced by hand using bobbins. The intricate lace pattern details create a luxurious play of light and shadow that made the fabric a popular choice among royalty the elite of the day. Now, Chantilly lace is mass-produced by machine making it more available but still considered a luxury fabric.
I wanted to have some fun with Chantilly so I put together a stylish outdoor collection - all made with modern materials, that give the illusion of the real thing. Whether for beach or back yard this elegant assortment is meant for chillin' - royal style.
For more, see the entire Chantilly Collection here