Over time, the process of topstitching was used to tailor, patch, mend and reinforce fabric. This process fostered the development of sewing and stitching techniques to create decorative possibilities that led to the arts of embroidery and textile design. Today, topstitching is still used for both practical and decorative purposes.

The Topstitch Collection delves into the intricacies of embroidery techniques and interprets them into high-performance textiles. These traditionally decorative and elaborate elements are juxtaposed with simple motifs that are the basic building blocks of design composition: squares, lines and circles.


This simple yet serene fabric is created through a non-woven design that uses a stitch motif to mimic a woven textile technique.


Its interactivity and breadth of saturated multi-color options makes Round ideal for creative, dynamic and collaborative spaces.


Surface explores a traditional textile aesthetic that has had a huge influence on fabric design to date, while adding a modern flare.