Archive for the ‘fashion’ Category

Ambriel Floyd + Acne Studios

Monday, December 12th, 2016

Sometimes it’s the unexpected color combinations that make the biggest impression. Color master Ambriel Floyd uses color and sharp geometric shapes in careful balance to immediately add interest to any room. And Acne Studios uses the same formula to capture looks that are uniquely daring.


Blush Color Trend

Monday, November 7th, 2016

This season, we have seen a serious dedication to blushes, soft pinks, and warm taupes. They add a touch of femininity and warmth to any palette but it isn’t just for girly frocks. Check out our picks from the showroom both new and old, that utilize this lovely, versatile range.


Products from top to bottom: Wayne Pate + Studio Four NYC Trois Blooms wallpaper in Blush; Vintage Turkish area rug, circa 1960’s; Kate Loudoun-Shand’s Pow! fabric in pink; Photo by Jason Lloyd-Evans from Gucci Fall 2014 backstage

Studio Four NYC Wovens + Prada

Friday, October 7th, 2016

These wovens from our own Studio Four NYC collection are the epitome of hip refinement. Who can marry those two worlds better than Miuccia Prada? Thankfully our own collection is worthy of such associations.


From top to bottom – Brussels in Antelope, Coco in Diagonal, & handwoven fabric by our in-house weaver Amazon in Coral (Photo from backstage of Prada Fall 2015 show)

Roksanda + Fall Colors

Friday, August 26th, 2016

Even though we’re truly sad that summer is coming to an end, we are so ready for Fall weather and Fall colors. What better way to welcome changing leaves and warm lattes, than with rich jewel tones with fresh pops of orange and blue. Roksanda’s mix of rich textures bring this color palette to the next level – coordinating perfectly with some of our favorite picks from the showroom.

Fall style post

Fabrics from top to bottom: Studio Four NYC Handwoven, San Fernando; Clare Frost, Kabul; Kate Loudoun Shand, Little Zig in Mulberry and Pink

Photo courtesy of Vogue

Moncler + Rebecca Atwood

Monday, June 13th, 2016

Add dimension to palettes of black and white with a touch of softness, a la Moncler. Rebecca Atwood tackles this high contrast scheme like a breath of cool fresh air, incorporating her watercolor techniques and floral whimsy. Stop by the showroom to check out her full collection of black and white fabrics!

Rebecca Atwood and Moncler

Moncler, Spring 2016; From top to bottom: Diagonal Stripe in Smoke, Spots in Midnight Black, Floral Medallion I in Lagoon

Chanel + Flat Vernacular

Tuesday, May 10th, 2016

The acclaimed fashion house, Chanel, has their sights set on a technicolor spring. This prismatic explosion can often be challenging to live with but our friends at Flat Vernacular make living with color effortless and delightful.

Flat Vernacular Chanel

Photo courtesy of Chanel (Vogue); From Top to Bottom: Flat Vernacular – The Heavens in Sea Spray; Perennial in Wildflowers; Perseid in Twain Blue

Zimmerman + Arjumand’s World

Thursday, April 28th, 2016

Idarica Gazzoni of Arjumand’s World does “the east meets Milan” oh so perfectly, and Zimmerman is in on the party. This mashup is too good not to love.

Zimmerman Arjumands World

Photo via Zimmerman/Elle UK; From top to bottom: Arjumand’s World; Guahara Begum Warm, Damask Red, Flower in the Snow

Rodarte + Dark Florals

Tuesday, April 12th, 2016

Spring isn’t all about bright and cheery colors. We can’t get enough of these dark and moody florals.

Rodarte Dark Florals

Rodarte Spring 2016; From top to bottom: Ashley Woodson Bailey’s Storm, Abigail Borg’s Friti in Slate, Rouse Phillip’s Moonflower

Gucci + Tulu Textiles

Tuesday, March 29th, 2016

We adore the vintage inspired prints and colors in Gucci’s Fall 2016 Collection. Here’s a little mashup of Gucci with one of our perennial favorites, Tulu Textiles, who also draws her inspiration from vintage pieces.

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Fabrics From Top to Bottom: Wafaa, Bixby Black, Doris; Photo Courtesy of Vogue

Dries Van Noten + Spring Color

Tuesday, February 16th, 2016

Fashion inspires interiors and vice versa! Dries Van Noten’s Fall 2016 collection colors are on point this season; mustard, violet and copper tones feel so rich and livable this year.

dries van noten color inspo

From top to bottom: Rouse Phillips, Columns in V03; Abnormals Anonymous, This’ll in Be My Year; Tulu Textiles, Gigi in Pink.