Negligè Gigliola

850,00 €

Cristina's Notes


What could be more luxurious?
The Negligé Gigliola in sumptuous silk and lace is so stunning we actually don’t need to say anything about it.
Generously trimmed with a wide band of the softest lace along the two sides of the front and as well as on the sleeves and bottom hem, it is a must-have piece both sensationally soft and glamorous.
It matches with the Gigliola Nightdress

Satin Silk
Made in Italy

Size Guide
Actual lead time will be communicated within 48 hrs of ordering.
Each piece of Cristina Linassi's Atelier is made to order exclusively in Venice, Italy.
For this same reason it is non-returnable.
 

For this luxurious

Negligè Gigliola

Actual lead time will be communicated within 48 hrs of ordering


The Fabric

THE ITALIAN SILK

Long before France spun silk threads, Italy had been extracting silk threads from those magical little fluffy moth’s larvae since the Middle Ages.
The Italian word for silk in Italian is seta.

There is a long history of silk-making in Como.
The reasons are two-fold: the alpine lakes and streams supply an abundant supply of fresh water crucial in the manufacture of this magical fabric; there is an established agricultural presence of mulberry trees–the preferred food and habitat of silkworms.

Silk production using silk worms grown in Italy has been on the rise in recent years.
The industry in Italy had suffered a collapse since the 1950s due to cheap prices of silk from Asia, especially from China.

Italian fashionistas At one time weavers worked by hand on antique looms but nowadays most production is industrialized.
Claiming to be the European Capitol of Silk, here at Cristina Linassi – Venezia we choose our silks among the nearly 1000 companies in the Como silk industry: Italian fashionistas should be happy to know that.

The Care

SILK CARE

We use only the highest quality silks for our nightwear.
Silk is a wonderfully luxurious fabric that can help improve your sleep and health.
Silk, like wool and linen, requires a more delicate cleaning regime than cotton, special detergents and lower temperatures.
However, if washing guidelines are followed, your silk items will last as the silk fibre is very strong while being incredibly soft.

Your silk nightdress might be washed alone in the washing machine, using warm water and a mild detergent. Use the lowest setting spin cycle.
Air dry for an hour and iron immediately when it is still damp. The flatiron itself will dry it. Iron on the reverse side only. Do not use steam iron.

 
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