dupion


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dupion

[′dü·pē‚än]
(textiles)
A thick, irregular, double silk fiber obtained from two cocoons nested together.
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Silk lined curtains made from silk dupion, approx EUR36.
Rona got married in an amber organza and dupion silk dress, which cost pounds 2500, and says she's looking forward to wearing it to the ball.
The company creates Dupion from a combination of wool and aqua-spun yarns.
Silk georgette dresses with bugle beading are down from pounds 179 to pounds 89 and a lemon dupion jacket is down from pounds 159 to pounds 74.
Sonya Joyce in gold jacquard, sleeveless, cut-out dress with silk dupion trim, worn with fulength velvet coat, featuring gold buttons and silk lining.
Using heavy silk, tussar and Dupion along with machine detailing, the eight garments had a relaxed easy vibe with shades of maroon, mustard, grey, indigo and blue.
The fabrics are pure handloom, natural fibres, dupion, khadi, organza and chanderi.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Soft Silk Shirts And Dupion Silk Shirts To Our Ksic Showrooms
Coriolacae wallpaper, cushions and matching lampshade in Dupion silk.
uk; Paris canvas prints, pounds 15 for set of three, and mink sheepskin throw, pounds 79, both Woolworths; bedspread and curtains made from silk dupion, approx pounds 30 per metre, Clarke & Clarke; ceiling shade, pounds 60, Jen Rowland
uk Hair by Jasmin Mann at Vanilla Rooms, Cardiff Make-up by Farhana, Swansea "This is made from the finest silk dupion with a spiced orange gold two-tone.