Infinity 6A masterpiece of the weaver’s art
Eight years ago, Dormeuil celebrated its 170th anniversary and the fabrics that are a part of its history. The House created the Infinity collection to mark the occasion, maintaining continuity with the past and asserting a vision of the future with fabrics of remarkable quality.
This year sees the unfolding of the sixth version, Infinity 6, the logical next step, created in the tradition of previous collections and in the self-same spirit of using prized wools and yarns that provide elegance and comfort.
Infinity 6 is the culmination of Dominic Dormeuil’s travels and his encounters with wool craftsmen and women throughout the world, and stands as proof of the ongoing quest for exceptional fibres and unique expertise. The collection springs directly from this deep knowledge of the wool’s origins and attention to every last detail. Dormeuil’s adventures at the ends of the earth continue the tradition of creating rare cloths and limited collections, woven in the time-honoured way.
The Super 180’s wool comes from southern Australia, from Merino sheep that produce smooth, hardwearing fibres. Vicuña wool, meanwhile, undoubtedly the finest in the world, originates from the Andes of Peru. Its extraordinary woolly fleece is sheared with the utmost respect by selected breeders. Adding
silk to this perfect blend creates a soft, hard-wearing fabric of unparalleled quality.
These beautiful, rare yet high-performance fibres are what give this collection its extraordinary character. Its unique finish lends itself to the creation of luxury garments with timeless elegance. Its smooth, flawless drape and superior technical qualities make it the ideal fabric for any occasion.
One part of the collection reflects this fabric know-how in a woollen flannel version while another, in bouclé yarn, makes soft smooth jackets.
In casual chic or luxury sportswear looks, Infinity 6 from Dormeuil makes its mark by assuring you of strong, elegant styling at all times.
In bringing fresh fabrics to Infinity each year, Dormeuil shows the extent to which the high quality of rare, age-old fibres makes them adaptable to trends and the passage of time, without departing from the unique character of the collection.