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Collier Campbell launches third fabric collection with Fabricut
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Jul '11
Collier Campbell partners with Fabricut for their third adventure in decorative fabrics. Their exciting new boutique collection – Exotic Inspirations – is breathtaking in its diversity of styles and innovation.

The sisters, Sarah Campbell and Susan Collier, create an inspired journey through an exotic landscape of colour and design with an impactful combination of prints, embroideries and wovens that travel from miniature to magnificent.

“Collier Campbell continues to push the industry to its limits with their high standards of textiles and original designs,” says David Finer, chief executive officer of Fabricut. “This collection truly exemplifies their diverse, creative and innovative talents.”

Exotic Inspirations features a rich spectrum of techniques, scales and colours that offer a marvelous and confident selection of inspirational, exotic and luxurious fabrics. With 13 patterns encompassing this intimate boutique collection, Collier Campbell focuses on four colour themes: Cinnamon & Stone – cool stone and slate grays mix with hot spice and ginger; Duck Egg & Sand – coastal hues from azure waves to the sunny, sandy beaches; Peacock & Emerald – shimmering, iridescent peacock tempered with moonstone and garnet; and White & Bright – soft ivories, graphic brights and hints of bold black and whites.

“Our patterns and colours are bold and expressive; a true statement to a new generation of consumers,” adds Sarah Campbell.

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