(French: skin of silk) medium to heavy fabric with a satin weave and dull luster.
A satin with a dull or matte finish. It is commonly used in evening bags. Also see - SATIN
a soft and fine silk fabric of satin weave having ribbed or grained appearance. It is a French term which literally means "skin of silk".
A fine silk fabric in a weave with a ribbed or grained appearance. Peau de soie, which translates to "skin of silk," is often used for bridal gowns and eveningwear.
(pO' de swo''): a French term for a corded silk fabric; later altered to poudesoy and now paudasoy (pa' je we soi")
A heavy twill weave drape able satin fabric, made of silk or a manufactured fiber, and used for bridal gowns and eveningwear.
a dull type of satin used to make evening bags.
A heavy twill weave satin fabric, usually made of silk and used for wedding gowns.
A soft satin weave of silk or rayon, with a grainy and dull luster.
Heavyweight satin with a fine filling ribbed effect on the reverse side made of silk or man-made fibers. Piece-died and given a dull lusterâ€”better grades are reversible.
A French term meaning literally ‘skin of silk’, applied originally to a fine silk fabric in a modified satin weave having a ribbed or grained appearance, sometimes reversible. The term nowadays includes fabrics made from manufactured fibres. It is recommended that in such contexts the make of the fibre should be indicated.
a French term, meaning literally "skin of silk" applied originally to a fine silk fabric in a modified satin weave that had a ribbed or grained appearance. true Peau de Soie is not readily available in todays market, however, there are some fairly exceptional imitations.