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Spring 2015: Rise And Shine

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Wednesday January 28, 2015
POSTED BY: Maryanne Solensky

This snapshot of our new collection offers a tempting range of patterns and surfaces - from the extravagant floral embroidery of Juliette, to the random, feathery motif of Plume, from the spare discipline of Spotted Wool, to the gently waving lines of Rise and Shine, and finally the striking Deco geometry of Prodigy.

Another group shot, this one gathers colorways that explore rich blue-green tones:  Riddle employs an intricate construction to create its raised grid and complex graphics, chenille frosts Rise and Shine with a velvet-like refinement, Raphael turns silk and linen yarns into a marbleized field of color, Prodigy combines glistening satin with bands detailed with tiny dots and Plushcious (from the Jaipur collection) offers lush columns of dense cotton pile.  

Two reversible worsted wool coordinates, Double Faced Wool and Spotted Wool, revel in the beauty of sophisticated mélange yarns and the softness of a fine flannel finish.  Both are part of our Pure Collection.

An emphasis on bold graphics continues with Game On, as a heavy novelty yarn simulates the precision of a needlework design. Nuanced color, created as two slightly different tones weave together, softens the playful geometry with a gentle striae.

Helsinki combines clear, fresh color with a delightfully naïve drawing to map out a charming linear landscape.


Painted Velvet joins Double Faced Wool and Spotted Wool in this sophisticated palette.  This unique velvet paints eighteen colors across its expansive striae and brushes the surface with a complex pattern of cut and loop pile.

Though Juliette's large-scale floral design is traditional, its unique embroidery is anything but!  In a deftly contemporary treatment, long floats fill the shapes and curve to mimic them in a light, feathery texture.

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TAGS:  Rise and Shine, Spotted Wool, Game On, Helsinki, Juliette, Painted Velvet


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