Designer, artist and award-winning blogger Justina Blakeney partners with Fabricut to introduce a highly decorative indoor/outdoor performance textile collection, Jungalow by Justina Blakeney Inside Out for Fabricut. Justina’s love for the outdoors, love of family and a boho-chic lifestyle is paired with the first all-in-one performance fabric, Inside Out®, and the result is a free-spirited and soulful collection that is family-friendly, eco-friendly and creates a relaxed vibe in the home.
A born and bred West Coast designer, Kendall Wilkinson gravitates to a graceful yet less formal lifestyle, one that embraces the outdoors year round, complete with kids, dogs and sand dragged in from the beach.
Since opening her business in 1985, Charlotte Moss has designed private residences and executive suites all over the United States and the Caribbean. In addition to designing interiors, Charlotte Moss’s career has included retail stores, celebrated for Charlotte’s unique blend of American, European and Classical influences.
Fifteen years ago, Kaari Meng began French General in an old barn along the Hudson River in upstate New York. Traveling to France every summer with her family, she explored the rural French countryside and collected inspirational elements found in old homes and filled the barn with antique floral textiles, striped ticking fabrics and traditional linen and hemp sheets. Little by little, French General evolved into a lifestyle brand of rural French sensibility.
Inspired by America’s first president and his remarkable estate on the banks of the Potomac River in Virginia, Fabricut launches its second George Washington’s Mount Vernon fabric and trimming collection. Over a period of 30 years, George Washington expanded and furnished Mount Vernon, cultivating the extensive acreage into a landscaped, well-considered artistic plan. In order to save the remarkable property, the Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association formed in 1853 to faithfully preserve and fully restore George Washington’s home and the numerous historic artifacts to its original appearance.
Susan Collier and Sarah Campbell are two of the most talented textile designers of our time. Since 1961, the award-winning sisters' signature style has become well known and beloved throughout the United State and Europe. Their belief that good design should be available to everyone underpins the approach that has built their richly deserved reputation for sharp originality and proactive design.
Famous for creating paper mannequins, Isabelle de Borchgrave is a world-renowned Belgian artist and sculptor. She and her team bring costumes to life by using a variety of techniques - painting, pleating, crinkling, block printing, sculpting and moulding - all pushing the boundaries of her chosen medium, paper.