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Brunschwig & Fils Introduces Fall 2011 Collection

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Lee Jofa
SFDC Galleria #490

 

Les Alizés, a new fabric and trimmings collection, is named for the fabled easterly trade winds found in the tropics and is available in the Brunschwig & Fils section at Lee Jofa this Fall.

For centuries, these surface winds have propelled merchant sailing ships across the world’s oceans enabling the expansion of European empires and the establishment of trade routes to the Far East.  The resulting convergence of Western and Eastern cultures has shaped this exclusive collection of vibrant prints, distinctive embroideries and trimmings, and coordinate weaves.

Having  joined the Kravet family of brands in March 2011, the new Brunschwig & Fils design studio has created a collection that captures the company’s signature bold and colorful French-inspired style.  A Documentary French hand printed fabric based on an Indian palampore complements an exotic Ikat pattern and Turkish Ottoman Empire designs, all of which were culled from the extensive Brunschwig & Fils archive.

The uniquely contemporary mix of designs found in Les Alizés is especially relevant to today’s eclectic and personal approach to decorating beautiful rooms.

Go here for more information on this collection.

2 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    I attended the Les Alizés presentation at Lee Jofa in September-sumptuous collection of inspiring designs in wonderful colorways!

  2. Leonard says:

    I attended the Les Alizés presentation at Lee Jofa in September-sumptuous collection of inspiring designs in wonderful colorways!

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