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  1. Shibori

    Shibori

    Inspired by the art of Japanese dyeing, Shibori captures the subtle gradations and organic flow of this ancient technique. Woven in 100% silk and offered in a palette of lush, tonal colors, Shibori is an elegant balance of traditional and modern. Learn More
  2. Spice Market

    Spice Market

    Spice Market is a warp print in a dramatic large scale ikat pattern. Learn More
  3. Cashmere Velvet Herringbone

    Cashmere Velvet Herringbone

    The name says it all: a sumptuous blend of silk and cashmere velvet woven in a menswear-influenced herringbone. The plush hand, muted sheen and sophisticated, two-toned palette make this textile as luxurious as it is essential. Learn More
  4. Knotty Knotty

    Knotty Knotty

    Knotty Knotty combines neutral-toned embroidery with the finest Dupioni silk, to create the effect of elite knots patterned across the face of the textile. Knotty Knotty comes in the ivory colorway and is perfect for draperies, duvets, pillows, and decorative use. Learn More
  5. Debutante

    Debutante

    An original basic enhanced with a new color palette, Debutante is a silk and linen taffeta that exudes an easy elegance with its full body and crisp hand. It can be used in casual settings or as a beautiful drape. Learn More
  6. Delphi

    Delphi

    Delphi exudes a seductive, ethereal quality. The mix of silk and lurex gives this fabric its glittering sheen, crisp papery texture and voluptuous couture folds. The pattern itself is drawn from raindrops running down a windowpane, evoking the surreal phenomenon of metallic rain. Woven in an array of subtle metal shades, Delphi transforms a window with material elegance and a touch of visual fantasy. Learn More
  7. Sogno

    Sogno

    Sogno is a large scale, damask that combines silk, linen and cotton with rich deep color. Learn More
  8. 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
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