Cue from the Catwalk – Black Lace

Every so often I receive a press release about something that is so ‘up my street’ that I have to post about it immediately.

From Haute Couture to the high street, fashion loves lace and so do I.  Especially black lace.  I even have it on my business cards!  So I just had to share with you this new collection from James Hare.

james hare black lace

Whether you want to add a froth of romance (with white or cream) or a gothic edge (with black) or some glamour (with red, gold or silver metallics) there’s nothing quite like a panel of lace to soften a room and diffuse the light.

james hare black lace detail

Just a word of warning.  To keep the look on the contemporary side of granny chic avoid a gathered heading and definitely no tiebacks!

January 28, 2013

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5 Comments

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    Deco Review

    January 28, 2013

    Lace curtains are my favorite. And its a nice idea to use lace in business cars.

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    designgratis

    January 27, 2013

    How interesting, I would have never thought that I would like black lace! I can certainly see this in a moody grey setting as well as the white above.

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    karen Barlow

    January 26, 2013

    Theses lace panels are lovely but Pearl Lowe, mother of Daisy Lowe has been making and selling these for quite a few years through her website http://www.pearllowe.co.uk/ Worth a look as she also has some beautiful delicate colours

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      deardesigner

      January 27, 2013

      Hi Karen, yes, I do know about the Pearl Lowe site. Thanks for reminding me 🙂

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    Helen Morris

    January 24, 2013

    Must be something in the air. I was just looking at photos of the black lace panels at my door with the intention of blogging them. The shadows thru the lace are beautiful too.
    I have no tie backs……phew!

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