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  1. Nevins

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    Nevins

    The chevron patterning of this useful basic has been softened by a clever distressed effect in the weave. The result is a practical textile which readily travels between styles while mixing and matching with ease. Mid-weight. Viscose, Poly, Linen construction. In 11 colors. Learn More
  2. joanna

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    Joanna

    This fabric combines super-sophisticated weave structure with spirited, graphic motifs. Brocatelle construction, often reserved for the most luxurious of damasks, creates surface height and dimension. The unexpected amorphous shapes, like puzzle pieces, seem to float on the surface. Fancy slub yarns add texture and surprise dots of color in the background, while tonal strie warp adds interest to the patterning. Mid-weight. Primarily Cotton /Linen blend with touches of Viscose, Silk and Wool. In 9 colors. Learn More
  3. Stardust

    Stardust

    Stardust is a sophisticated and elegant combination of natural silk and linen fibers. This content enables Stardust to act as a great basic textile or upon closer inspection, a unique, subtle, and abstract herringbone pattern. Stardust is available in a rich variety of jewel toned hues. Learn More
  4. Estrella

    Estrella

    Woven on a striated warp, the organic motifs of Estrella emerge subtly from the variegated surface. The mix of texture and materials add visual dimension, while the nature-inspired palette offers a range of neutrals and subdued hues. Learn More
  5. Troy

    Troy

    Woven in a traditional linen weave, Troy is colored in a range of essential menswear-inspired hues. This 100% wool plain boasts a refined sheen and tailored elegance. Learn More
  6. Wildly Chic

    Wildly Chic

    Wildly Chic is faux uni jacquard (mock solid) in a combination of silk and linen. The fine silk yarn in the warp and linen gives this textile a unique toasted finish. Learn More
  7. Sophia

    Sophia

    Sophia metaphorically mirrors the incredible architecture of the Hagia Sophia in Instanbul. The intricate weave structure and Arabesque decorative motif result in the appearance of an authentic Eastern antique textile. Available in a range of colors, each colorway is actually two colors varying between tone on tone or striking contrasts. Learn More
  8. Sashiko

    Sashiko

    Sashiko is a wonderful upholstery and decorative fabric that recalls an ancient craft. The color palette of this woven jacquard has been expanded beyond traditional indigo colors to include bright hues and more subdued combinations of naturals and darks. Learn More
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