Elizabeth Hamilton Collection
Elizabeth’s lifelong love of textiles drew her into marriage and partnership with Peter Fasano. Now, Elizabeth is branching out with her own distinctive collection. The Elizabeth Hamilton Collection reflects Elizabeth’s particular point of view – stylish, fresh and with a bohemian-chic perspective, much like Elizabeth herself. She is drawn to traditional patterns using the tones of plant dyes; patterns found in nature; prints that are simple, yet lyrical. Fluid floral patterns – monochromatic with easy-on-the-eye color – are coordinated with smart stripes and modern geometrics and all are hand screened.
Linen, hemp, and cottons are the soft textiles of choice.
Charlotte Moss for Fabricut
At several design centers across the country, Charlotte unveiled her 100-sku collection with Fabricut. The collection is brimming with alluring wovens, divine prints and stunning trimmings in crisp, refreshing colorways. Charlotte’s inspirations came to life in the form of fabrics as she went through the collection and shared the names of her fabrics, all of which were named after women.
“My inspiration came from the beautiful women around me,” said Charlotte. “Not to mention, wicker baskets in my garage and everyday items, like Hamacas!” ( The result seen in the red/white print she wears in the ad and which I am coveting!)
“My first collection through Fabricut stresses the decadence of life and the intimacy of fabrics,” says Charlotte. “Decorating is about luxury and love for your home, your guests and the company you keep. Entertain brilliantly and love every minute of it!” Moss urges us to embrace her philosophy “to live passionately, decorate luxuriously and always, always entertain beautifully.”
de Le Couna
Bernie de Le Cuona founded what is now the world’s largest own brand linen collection in her kitchen in 1992. They have also recently expanded their range to include bespoke curtains, paints and a small furniture collection. Her fabric designs are most notably the extensive collection of linen textiles with a luxurious drape and handle, wide range of hand woven paisleys, and eclectic mix of rich textured materials that accomplish a look of soft glamour and understated elegance. By harnessing unique methods such as metal detailing and the use of materials like alpaca wool and eel skin, she has evolved the brand into a company with an urban edge to compliment their previously known subtlety.
“The Grace Collection” is a wide range of textured materials ranging from embossed Art Deco inspired velvets to plaids and herringbones akin to the suits of Saville Row.