Safavieh, Easton to Launch Indian Sojourn ikat Collection at High Point

SafaviehPORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. - Safavieh and David Easton, its designer license partner, architect and interior decorator, will jointly present their new Indian Sojourn collection of upscale area rugs during the upcoming High Point Market.
     Indian Sojourn comprises eight colorful ikat designs that have been hand-knotted in India of 100% wool for Safavieh Couture. The company said it developed a special Soumak weave to capture the handmade character of ikat textiles that Easton had collected during his travels.
     The collection's launch kicks off with a themed party featuring Indian-style refreshments and a signing e
Safavieh and David EastonSafavieh and David Easton are presenting their Indian Sojourn collection at High Point, including Jaipur Zig Zag.
vent for Easton's book "Timeless Elegance," at 3 p.m. Oct. 23 at Safavieh's Market Square showroom in suite 120.
     The names of the rug patterns - including Bengal Diamond, Jaipur Zig Zag, Goya Stripe and Hyderabad Garden -- reflect the Indian heritage of the design. A 6-b-9 is set to retail for $999.
     The Indian Sojourn collection follows Easton's African-inspired Peshawar rug series introduced in 2010, and the 2009 debut collection of designs "tracing the cultural diffusion of weaving crafts as far back as the Silk Road travels of Marco Polo," Safavieh said.

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