textile design, custom projects and fabric patterns:
clothing, furnishings, interior decoration
and household items
textile design, custom projects and fabric patterns: clothing, furnishings, interior decoration and household items
Fábio de Sá
French-Brazilian Textile Designer living in the French Southern Alps
Since I was a child I always loved art: especially drawing and painting.
I chose design as a profession so I could keep doing what I love the most: creating beauty.
I draw patterns by hand, then use computer software to assist with designs.
I also draw technical flat sketches and silhouettes for fashion and accessories.
You will find some of my personal creations on this page.
mosaïque bleu (blue mosaic)
Inspired by mosaic tiles and the color blue, this pattern was hand painted. The yellow shapes add some light and contrast. The Anthelia dress is a comfortable, smart looking outfit. It was designed by Nathalie Guichon (French dressmaker) and me. The fabric choice is an organic cotton sateen.
In greek mythology Anthelia was a water nymph.
A classical style with a personal touch.
univers bleu (blue universe)
This hand painted pattern was created with several squares of different sizes and shades, representing our abstract blue universe where everything begins and ends. The Estella dress is a chic and original outfit. Designed by Nathalie Guichon and me. The fabric is an organic cotton sateen.
Modern and graphic, it’s original and chic.
et il a fleuri (then it blossomed)
Inspired by the African paintings, I designed this pattern with vibrant colors in an ethnic touch and character. The Amarey jacket was designed specifically with this pattern in mind by Nathalie Guichon and me. Amarey is an African names which means « who possesses great strength ».
Street wear, colorful and vibrant.
This delicate and yet colorful pattern uses butterflies drawn to each other, becoming stunning flowers. The Adryenne and Cheryl dresses were designed by Nathalie Guichon and me. The fabric is a polyester crepe, light, comfortable and fluid.
Spring is in the air !