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  • Les Ensembliers  Collection

    Nov 3rd 2019

    Les Ensembliers Collection

    Brunschwig & Fils presents a modern and sophisticated collection of exclusive fabrics and trimmings in collaboration with renowned Montreal designer Richard Ouellette of Les Ensembliers. Rich…

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  • On The Prowl

    Sep 26th 2019

    On The Prowl

    In Johson Harig's newest collection for Schumacher, Hartig takes the Tibetan tiger motif and recasts it as a multi-dimensional stripe on a lush velvet that slips easily into a range of schemes—el…

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  • Westport by Lee Jofa

    Jan 20th 2019

    Westport by Lee Jofa

    Lee Jofa’s newest collection, Westport, captures a casual but sophisticated lifestyle. Inspired by an eclectic mix of design references, ranging from 19th century Persian tile work to 20th centu…

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  • THOM FILICIA’S ALTITUDE

    Jan 20th 2019

    THOM FILICIA’S ALTITUDE

    Thom Filicia’s new collection for Kravet takes a fresh approach to design, creating fabrics for how we live today. The collection has a relaxed, yet refined point of view, inspired by a sense of light…

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  • The Greenwich Collection by Kravet

    Jan 20th 2019

    The Greenwich Collection by Kravet

    Greenwich – the latest collection from Kravet – celebrates the heritage of the Kravet archives. This classic selection of prints, embroideries, velvets and textures have been beautifully reint…

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  • Lusso Vol. II Collection

    Jan 19th 2019

    Lusso Vol. II Collection

    Swirling marble, distressed textures and metallic highlights shimmer in seven colour groups, from striking kingfisher, black and gold to soft champagnes and linen tones. Ornate geometrics, sophisticat…

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  • INDIGO

    Jan 17th 2019

    INDIGO

    For 6000 years, Indigo has been used for textile dyeing and printing. Indigo is probably the most famous of all natural dyes, and is still widely used today.It became an incredibly valuable resource i…

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