British Textile Week 2022: Bella Tela
Bella Tela uses its inspiration and creative genius to collaborate with customers to develop innovative textiles.
Based in the UK, Bella Tela designs and manufactures indulgent embroideries, luxurious 3D florals, artisan silk hand paints, and glistening hand-beaded embellishments. The combination of widely sourced, exciting materials, combined with classic embroidery and contemporary manufacturing techniques, results in an intricately detailed offering.
Alongside this, the company prides itself on a versatile, collaborative way of working. Bella Tela’s unique artistry and made to order fabrics, allows the firm to offer flexibility suited to the customers’ needs. Bella Tela is celebrating 10 successful years!
Bella Tela’s SS23 showcases a high level of innovations with technique and artistry for another season.
A pinnacle in the SS23 collection is Bella Tela’s 3D florals epitomise luxury textiles. The company innovates through thoughtful manipulation techniques and is renowned for beautifully sourced and intricate mix of materials. Mixing machine embroidery and re-applique hand work creates 3D beauty with an exquisite finish.
Working with a mix of fresh translucent TPU materials and traditional manufacturing techniques, Bella Tela offers unique, exciting and light reflecting pieces for those looking for state of the art statement pieces.
The company’s embroideries are ever evolving and developing with the most recent offering; showcasing pure beauty taken from hand painted, original florals, of designers into these special, high end sumptuous fabrics.
In a world of continuous digitalisation Bella Tela’s handpaint silks offer designers a new look, with a wealth of designs to explore, from blossoming florals, abstract brush strokes, and impressionist landscapes. Each piece is elevated to the highest standard by using the most vibrant and saturated colours, ensuring a dynamic, rich and emotive collection. Each original and individual in their own right, displaying a special character which cannot be achieved in digital techniques.