“Flockon” fabrics went into production in the 1930s and were particularly popular in Hungary in the 1960s. Due to the airy, cold feel and nice fall of the fabric, they were generally used to create light summer clothes. 

The small patterns were dyed in the factories that produced the fabrics, while additional embellishments, such as ribbons or scalloped hems on skirts are part of the techniques and motifs of rural Hungarian traditional garments. Our REMADE pieces incorporate not only the textiles, but these original features as well to preserve the heritage and history of the garments.