In Fashion

Interiors and fashion collide in a new decor look that’s couture inspired and very glamorous. Timeless tweeds are updated in bold colours, florals are softened for an effortless look, while lighting is grand and jewel-like.

Why I love…In Fashion

compinfadsh ‘Fashion icons such as Chanel, Vreeland and Pucci are a constant source of inspiration for interiors. Be it the distinctive boucle weave, seductive animal print or playful, colourful swirl, these tactile, timeless classics look as good at a window or on furniture as they do in a wardrobe’

Justin Marr, designer, Zinc Textile at Romo, First Floor, North Dome

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‘Alchimie – Perle’ fabric (3816/01, 3816/02 and 3816/03) by Sonia Rykiel Maison at Lelievre
‘Brush’ fabric (1/0484463) at Zimmer + Rohde
‘Parade’ panel (ZP322/01) by Zinc Textile at Romo
‘Butterfly fabric (02) at Lizzo

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‘Cristobal’ fabric (Z317/01) by Zinc Textile at Romo
‘Vogue’ panel (ZP321/01) by Zinc Textile at Romo
‘Varese’ fabric (222389) by Giacomo Barzaghi for Sanderson
‘Lustria’ fabric (5908/01) at Marvic Textiles

InFashion4‘Caprice’ by Philippe Starck by Cassina at Interior Supply
Nest of tables (78010) by Cassina at Interior Supply

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‘Column’ chandelier (CL421) at Bella Figura

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