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  1. Sway
  2. Jet

    Jet

    As its name indicates, the motifs of this pattern, which combines print and embroidery, look like abstract fountain sprays or jets of water. Four tonal colors are first screen-printed by hand on a linen/cotton ground. Then, the shimmering sprays are embroidered on top. Multi-purpose weight. Viscose embroidery on Linen/Cotton ground. In 7 colorways. Learn More
  3. Pepper

    Pepper

    Thick and dry/matte yarns are used to create this unique textural solid. Piece-dyeing (the goods are dyed after weaving) brings out the unique character of each yarn and accentuates the pebbly, peppery surface. Upholstery weight. Cotton/Viscose/Poly construction. In 10 colorways. Learn More
  4. Star Power
  5. Doodle

    Doodle

    A pattern of energetic line-work fills the surface of this easy-to-use embroidery. A single thickness of yarn is used throughout, while intersecting and overlapping stiches create both dimension and texture on the cotton satin ground. Multi-purpose weight. Rayon on Cotton ground. In 7 colorways. Learn More
  6. Airbrush

    Airbrush

    This novelty jacquard looks like its been airbrushed with color. The effect, similar to spray painting, has been achieved entirely through color and weave. The nice dry hand-feel is the result of the multi-fiber construction which includes Bemberg (especially fine Rayon), Poly, Cotton and Wool. Multi-purpose weight. In 6 colorways. Learn More
  7. Crisscross

    Crisscross

    The grid pattern of this useful basic suggests mens windowpane plaid suiting; a purposeful nod to Angelo Donghia. Super-soft chenille yarns work to plump the pattern and create high-low dimension on the surface. The yarns have a m Learn More
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