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During Milan Design Week, Italian textile company Dedar launches its 2022 collection. The new "Contemporary Archives" combine classic motifs such as English club stripes, abstract camouflage, and lively florals, while referencing the luxurious world of haute couture. "Archive Prints" give new life to the ancient cultural exchange between east and west: reinterpreting 17th and 18th-century textile archives from the curved paisley motif to the densely patterned parallel rows typical of kalamink fabrics. "Plain Fabrics" provide a a canvas for creativity, whereby timeless and rich fibers give new depth of field to a visual landscape defined by the horizon of color. Dedar's Italian silks are woven by the craftsmen of Lake Como. A modern interpretation of pure silk grosgrain Rapunzel recalls high fashion textiles. Razmir, with its even weave and subtle ribbed effect, offers a colorful and irreverent twist on radzimir fabrics. In celebration of Design Week, Dedar presents a special edition of the Borsalino bucket hat made from iconic fabrics of the collection. The project supports Fondazione AIRC's cancer research, and proceeds will be donated to fund a grant for oncological research.
With the debut of its new showroom during Milan Design Week, Flexform introduced the latest offerings in its “Indoor” and “Outdoor” collections.
For the Salon del Mobile 2022, the family-owned Italian bathroom and faucet designer Fantini debuts “Sailing.”
For the Salone del Mobile 2022, Belgian furniture designer Ethnicraft presents “Stairs Sideboard” and the “Pentagon Nesting Coffee Tables.”
The Barcelona-based rug company nanimarquina is celebrating its 35th anniversary with the debut of its newest collection, “Tones.”
For the occasion of Salone del Mobile, fashion house Tod’s joined forces with the Italian bike manufacturer Colnago.
The Copenhagen-based designer raawii presents four debut collections: blankets, hooks, Minos, and Thing.