Waverly in a return to core design themes
June 14, 2006,
New York – Following fall 2005’s turn toward modern classics, Waverly has introduced three new fabric collections that focus on its core looks: florals, toiles, stripes and coordinating wovens.
The new In The Garden collection includes another new fabric: Rosabella, a three-color vine motif embroidery on a faux silk ground.
Romantic Overtures introduces a new base cloth for Waverly prints: Circa, a linen/rayon blend with slubs running in both directions.
“Wovens are very important in all the collections, because they really carry the story,” said Pam Maffei-Toolan, vp design.
On the contemporary side, Waverly added to the Metamorphosis II collection introduced last year and updated the core prints, adding colorations in onyx, crimson/espresso, space and sage. Three new woven stripes have been added to the collection along with a reversible Garden Lattice woven.
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