Sparkling color palette in store for Italian shows

Andrews, Susan M.
April 2007
Furniture/Today;4/30/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 33, p18
Trade Publication
The article highlights the trend in textile fabrics around the world. The most cited trends among the fabric sources include metallic yarns, a sparkling palette and green fabrics. The trends in colors include shrimp, turquoise, fuchsia, burnt orange and purple, as well as the black-and-white combinations and neutrals. There is also an emerging trend in the use of natural fibers as well as recycled synthetic materials that call for sustainable resources and non-polluting manufacturing processes.


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