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Fabric.com Welcomes The Vera Lavender Collection

July 7, 2009

Here at Fabric.com we are growing by leaps and bounds.  Everyday new fabric, patterns and notions are added to the Fabric.com website.   But one section in particular on the Fabric.com website that is growing at the speed of light is our Designer Fashion Fabric section.  In that section you will find exclusive designer and designer style fabrics at a fraction of the designer price.  

     The newest fabric additions to the Designer Fashion Fabric section are the gorgeous fabrics of the Vera Lavender Collection.  Now you may ask who is this Vera lady?  Vera Wang of course, is there really any other?   And if you have no idea who Vera Wang is than you must seriously be living under a rock!  Vera Wang is most known for her fabulous wedding gowns and celebrity red carpet formal wear.  She was also voted Womenswear  Designer of The Year in 2005 by the Council of the Fashion Designers of America.

    The Lavender Label is Vera Wang's ready to wear line that retails between $200-800 in retail stores.  It has been carried in Neiman Marcus, Saks and Bergdorf.  These fabrics are modern, rich and full of texture.  And feature a color palette of deep blues, golds, rich browns, reds and yellow.  At these great prices, these fabrics are guaranteed to go fast, so be sure to check out The Vera Lavender collection!

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these are so gorgeous!! could you give pattern suggestions to someone who hasn't used much other than cotton? I would love to try the shantung or chiffon but at a loss as to what I could make.

excellent post and good suggestions for those peoples in this field

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