Discover the themes that inspired our Stylist Team for this collection:
This season, Bélinac highlights the essentials of its collection: in a spirit of going back to basics, we take the side of the timeless. We cultivate a sense of beautiful materials in refined and soft colors such as silk white and powder pink, warm colors such as dune and camel warm up our range. The forest and lagoon green colors take us to wilder universes.
Our satins are in the spotlight, from a light and fluid one such as our 1849 Silk satin to a heavy and very couture one, our 1869 Crêpe satin.
Our crepes with a matte finish and a peach-skin touch like 1993 Anastasia and 1990 Romy enhance fluid and bohemian wedding dresses.
Wrap yourself in the softness of our 1817 Carrie fluid velvet.
A touch of shine to illuminate our evenings but also our days with the 1826 Maya granite Lurex.
The 1952 Lucie stretch flannel is available in forest green to reinterpret tailors.
The return of the moire is illustrated with our 1904 Mirage.
Our 1949 Tara, for more structured pieces, comes in a bright red to make our winter vibrate.
Our novelties this season are part of sustainable development: inspired by traditional silks to create contemporary and light silks, the 6730 “green cotton” silk twill and 6731 “green cotton” silk pongé are woven with a cotton thread made from carefully selected and controlled non-GMO cotton seeds, production combines traceability and quality from seed to thread. Resources are managed throughout the process: -40% water, 20% energy from renewable resources, 3600 Tn of CO2 saved, 2040 MWh of energy saved.
This viscose is made from European beech wood. Its technology is innovative because it is CO2 neutral. The micromodal is highly resistant, brings softness and lightness to the fabrics. The 6732 is a micromodal and silk twill, the 6733 is a micromodal and silk pongee.
Our trendy colors are limited, place your orders quickly to enjoy these fresh and soft colors for your new creations.