Life is a fabric, the good life is a fabric that's rich with texture, and nothing represents texture better than seersucker.
What's interesting about seersucker is how it's made — to create its distinct pucker, tension in the warp thread of the loom is slightly lowered. It's this small change that makes the difference, and we call this vertical thread the Upperline.
Upperline is the eased tension that pulls the texture of life into focus. Short for fabric, the seersucker Bric ventures beyond embroidery as a reminder that texture isn't a function of what threads we weave, but why and how they're woven.