Lamé (textile)

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Lamé refers to light fabrics that contain metal threads in the weft : In contrast to brocade , the metal threads are usually inserted at larger intervals into a base fabric such as taffeta. Usually silk or cotton is used in the chain. Lamé is used, among other things, for festive women's clothing. Fine metal threads themselves are also called lamé.

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Author collective: Handbuch der Textilwaren, Vol. 2. Fachbuchverlag, Leipzig 1971, p. 53.
  2. Fabia Denninger, Elke Giese: Textile and Model Lexicon. 8th completely revised and expanded edition, Vol. L – Z. Deutscher Fachverlag, Frankfurt am Main 2008, ISBN 3-87150-848-9 , p. 402.