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The Ace Collection

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Tuesday July 24, 2012
POSTED BY: Maryanne Solensky, Marketing department

The collection namesake, Ace, is featured in the photo above.  This striking geometric design weaves its lustrous polyester motif against a finely detailed wool and cotton ground. 

Also shown is RakuLike the crackled glaze of many traditional Japanese ceramics, it is etched by two weft yarns with an intricate network of lines.  A finely-scaled cotton bouclé yarn dominates the face, which is veined with a straight cotton yarn; these yarns switch positions on the reverse side for a subtly different color effect.

With suave good looks and an irresistible appeal, Linearity weaves richly heathered yarns - an intimate blend of worsted wool and polyester - into a rhythmic asymmetrical stripe.  An all-wool yarn punctuates the design with narrow bands of saturated color.

In Mix Tape, two colors of laser-cut polyester ribbon form an open network of interlocking and curving lines. This fascinating structure relies on an equally intricate appliqué construction, where a water soluble ground is dissolved in finishing, leaving the single line of stitching to hold this dramatic fabric together.  

A common simplicity and refinement unites these five new additions to the PURE line.  Each brings a unique fiber, weave and surface to this coordinated group of luxurious textiles.

Alpaca yarns account for the luxurious softness of Alpaca Plush, woven in a refined tone-on-tone Jacquard design.

Supple and understated, with a gentle and detailed vertical movement, Feathered Silk is a sophisticated combination of fine silk and linen yarns.

In a tailored menswear apparel quality, Lambswool Plaid weaves heathered yarns in a classic, yet subtly updated, tattersall plaid.

Pointillist Matelasse, with its elegantly simple quilted effect, boasts a diminutive geometric pattern, polished with the sheen of a finely spun mercerized cotton yarn.

Graduated circles plot an airy geometric grid on this window fabric, embroidering the tussah silk ground of Plangi Embroidery with delicate eyelet openings.
 

A single yarn color embroiders Resplendence, this lush and romantic design, on a silk douppioni ground.  Using either horizontal or vertical stitches in alternate columns creates a magical two-tone effect that shifts with the direction of the light.

Like a carefully assembled collage of randomly cut shapes, Snippet  arranges textured forms across a smooth polyester surface.  An effective cross between a geometric and an organic design, Snippet’s playful motif rises slightly above the ground, courtesy of the heavy viscose yarn that weaves its elements.

High resolution files of these images are available in our Editorial Gallery.

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