Antique Textiles Get New Purpose as Unique Bridal Wear with Lindy Lindy

April 15 10:18 2024
Antique Textiles Get New Purpose as Unique Bridal Wear with Lindy Lindy

Christine Lindebak, owner and designer of bespoke loungewear, Lindy Lindy
A new collection of bridal loungewear refashioned from vintage Spanish linens offers brides one-of-a-kind pre-wedding attire

Valencia, Spain – Christine Lindebak is excited to unveil her newest brand, Lindy Lindy, which offers understated, one-of-a-kind bridal loungewear fashioned from vintage linens and deadstock fabrics.

The premiere collection features a range of 24 unique pieces, including a wrap dress-inspired robe with tiny hand-embroidered blue posies dating from the 1960s along the hem, a spa-style robe with colorful cross-stitched roses on the sleeve and pockets, and a two-piece loungewear set with bobbin lace handwork dating from the late 1800’s.

Each piece is hand placed, hand cut, and sewn in Lindebak’s Valencia atelier with meticulous attention to detail while respecting and utilizing the original hand embroidery of each textile as part of the design. The fabrics, all cotton or linen, have a soft, worn-in feel that makes them already feel like the cherished heirlooms they’ll become.

Lindebak will offer monthly collections of approximately 20 pieces, made available first to those on her email list. She also offers special orders of multiple pieces for the wedding party made from deadstock fabrics and Liberty of London.

“As a young girl, I collected vintage pillowcases that had the most beautiful hand-sewn embroideries on them and also loved studying the handwork on vintage christening gowns,” recounts Lindebak. “Many years later, I found myself wandering through a vintage market in Spain and spotted the most gorgeous embroideries once again. Now combining my vintage linen collections with my industry experience, Lindy Lindy is born.”

Christine Lindebak is a fashion industry veteran, having worked for Emilio Pucci, Mulberry, and Alexis Bittar. She is the founder of  Lindy Lindy, inspired by her love of vintage linen, disdain for those terrible polyester fake-silk bridal robes, and desire to bring something unique, beautiful, and sustainable to the world. Lindebak is also the force behind Sewing and the City, selling fashion sewing patterns online and in shops around the globe and inspiring people of all ages to sew their own clothes.

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