Two icons of the fashion industry have carried their signature styles to the interiors arena. This marks Oscar de la Renta’s second collection for Lee Jofa, and making her debut with Kravet, Diane von Furstenberg has made a remarkable first impression with her bold prints and patterns in unexpected scales and colors.
Diane von Furstenberg has built her first collection of fabrics and trimmings upon a foundation of black and white with pops of color in geometric and abstract patterns.
Her use of berries, oranges and jewel tones was inspired by sunsets of Rajasthan.
Azure blues are reminiscent of the Caribbean Sea.
Desert terrain informed her choice of neutrals–sand and stone.
Following his debut with Lee Jofa in 2010, Oscar de la Renta II serves as a true reflection of his lifestyle rooted in a rich, traditional palette. In addition to fabric introductions, this collection includes his first foray into wallcoverings.
The collection applies a modern scale to traditional patterns–ikat, suzani, damask and animal print.
“This is a diverse collection that can live in a country house, a New York apartment or a tropical island, but always with the same connecting thread, Oscar’s sense of elegance.”
– Carolina Irving, Creative Director of Oscar de la Renta Home
If a trip to Dallas is in your near future, plan a visit to the George W. Bush Presidential Center for
Oscar de la Renta: Five Decades of Style
Now through October 5th
For more examples of his work, like the gorgeous gown seen below, preview the exhibit online.
Kravet and Lee Jofa fabrics and wallcoverings are available through KDR’s St. Louis and Kansas City showrooms.
St. Louis Showroom: 314.993.5020 | Kansas City Showroom: 913.859.0400
Photo Credit: Kravet/Lee Jofa, George W. Bush Presidential Center
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