The design is simply known as Eyes in Nigeria, a name inspired by the eye drawing. In Ivory Coast, this popular design is called “L’Oeil de Boeuf” (Bull’s Eye) but, it is also known as “Lisu ya Pité”, meaning ‘Lustful Eye’. Women wear it that want to show a man that she desires him.
In the factories of Helmond in 1852, Vlisco completed its first batch of what would become known as ‘Wax Hollandais’. Now more than 160 years later, it remains Vlisco’s most popular fabric. Made using a highly-unique wax printing technique unlike any other in the world, every piece of Wax Hollandais is created with an unequalled and extraordinary level of care and precision. First, a design in liquid wax is printed on cotton. A base dye such as indigo soaks into the cloth around the wax, leaving behind a deep, intense colour. One single piece of Wax Hollandais goes through an average of 25 total steps before completion, and part of the magic of wax printing can cause a pattern of small, irregular bubbles and crackling to emerge throughout the design. Vlisco’s sophisticated printing processes result in complex and brilliant layers of imagery and colour.
An upgraded, all-purpose fabric for strong and long-lasting garments, including dresses, jackets, trousers and wraps.
Guaranteed Real Dutch Wax Block Print
100% premium quality cotton, 130 gr/m²
Standard fabric width is 120 cm (48”) (fabric shown is 91,4 cm (36”) x 120 cm (48”)
Vlisco sends your parcel with trusted partners DHL and DPD. The shipment options available to you may differ per destination address.
- Adyen - MasterCard
- Adyen - Visa
- Adyen - Paypal
- Adyen - Ideal
- Adyen - Sofortüberweisung
- Adyen - Bancontact - Mister Cash
- Adyen - AliPay
- Adyen - American Express
We aim to offer the most relevant payment methods to you in a SSL encrypted environment, secured by Norton. Currently we offer the following payment methods:
- American Express
- Bancontact / Mr. Cash
Your order will be dispatched upon receipt of the total order amount.
Care instructions Wax Hollandais