New/Now: A Colorful Journey Through Time and Place
03 August 2020
Sneak a peek at our new collections, collaborations and textile debuts, along with the inside scoop on how they all came to be.
For our 2020 Collection, we travel the world to explore how a room can be built with different textures and juxtaposed design concepts yet still work in harmony. It’s New World and Old-World converging. It’s the exotic faraway magic of Mongolia and Chile alongside the Southwestern enchantment of Sedona, Phoenix and Yuma, painted with reds and pinks, champagne lavender, gradient blues and greens, warm taupes and rich charcoals. Though the collection is filled with dreamy abstracts, sumptuous embroidery, subtle geometrics, and hints of metallic threads, our Mongolian Yak textile stands out as the statement fabric of the line. Inspired by centuries of tradition, the visual storytelling of this fabric conveys the gilded history and nomadic lifestyle of the descendants of the Hunni Empire as they made their way through the Mongolian-Manchurian grasslands, or steppe, and were unified by Mongol leader Genghis Khan as they celebrated the revered yak during the famous Yak Festival. It’s a collection that we’re particularly thrilled to share with you as it enables S. Harris to personify our commitment to our brand pillars that mean so much to us. Worldly sophistication. The inherent beauty of Mother Nature. Tradition. An unquenchable thirst for exploration. And an unwavering dedication to doing good with design.
S. HARRIS 2020 COLLECTION
As the Chief Brand Officer of Fabricut’s boutique textile brand S. Harris, Jodi Finer approaches her creative position with a deep connection to her grandfather’s legacy, her relationship with her father, who has always been her north star, and a level of mindfulness to thoughtful living. Jodi and her team have turned S. Harris into a socially conscious brand, working with several nonprofit partners locally and globally to not only reshape the conversation around how design impacts wellbeing but also to create design accessibility. S. Harris provides her the opportunity to reinvent community, build a fresh creative culture and create meaning for the storied fabric house.