Named for the luxury beachfront resort on the Island of Barbados, SANDY LANE is a reinterpretation of the classic trellis. A harmonious balance of viscose embroidery with jute cording makes this tactile fabric very special.
The jute cord used is in its most natural form and a specially engineered system was required to achieve this technique of embroidery. It has been finished for an added softness and relaxed drape.
This linen/cotton dual purpose fabric has a soft finish to enhance the hand and drape. Offered in eight colourways chosen to coordinate with the collection, this mid-scale geometric pattern adds dimension to any room scheme.
Two-toned viscose embroidery with a calendared finish gives elegance to this timeless lattice design. Clever stitch detailing adds interest and the clean white linen ground cloth brightens the lively, handsome colourations.
This exceptional rustic chevron design has dimension and movement running throughout the fabric.
A very special technique is used, where three different coloured wool yarns are live-spun into a single cord and then a skilled artisan hand guides the embroidery machine. MAASAI MARA is named for one of Africa’s top protected wildlife destinations in Kenya’s flagship conservation area.
KUDU CHEVRON is another design resurrected from the Travers archive. This playful screen printed chevron dances across the fabric, like a herd of Kudu galloping through the woodland.
Comprised of two colours, the thicker chevron line is printed first, with the thinner line placed directly on top. Printed on a blended cotton and linen cloth, the density of the pigment dye is very important for the design to be successful.
Named after New Yorkês most famous private park, GRAMERCY is a casual 100 per cent natural drapery.
The broken lattice was created with intentional breaks in the design to produce a distressed and rustic feel. It is lightweight and drapes easily, offered in a range of six colours. GRAMERCY can be used individually or as an excellent layering piece.