Chambray – a dazzling material on the rise
The Chambray is commonly regarded as the little sister of denim, as both fabrics look a little bit alike. The trained eye though discovers the difference quite quickly - and at the latest when touching them, the two fabrics differ strikingly.
The Chambray is a woven material in which warp and weft threads have different colors. The warp thread is often white, while the weft can be a thread in any other color. With us you will find even more, at times unusual color combinations that have one thing in common: their so-called 'frosted effect', which refers to the glimmering of the white (or other colored) thread and creates a shimmer effect that is guaranteed to catch anyone's eye!