Pied de poule
Shuttle fabric with twill armor with a color effect of which you have the first historical traces in Scotland in 1800.
In 1950, it began his great rise in the world of fashion thanks to Dior, who used it for the packaging of his new perfume “Miss Dior”. From that moment on, this fantasy was re-proposed and adopted by several couturiers up to its peak boom in the 1960s, thanks to its proximity to Optical Art.
In our reinterpretation it expresses its new funny lymph thanks to unusual chromatic combinations, unhinging of the classical structure and over size.