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Peau de Soie

Peau de Soie describes a heavy twill weave satin fabric, which drapes a lot, made of silk or a manufactured fiber, and used for bridal gowns and evening-wear. This type of silk was woven in a variation of the satin weave, with bindings arranged to create fine cross-ridges across the fabric. Was introduced in France in late 1700.

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