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Clarence debuts luxury fabric line at Vogue Window Fashion
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Apr '13
Vogue Window Fashion, a name synonymous with luxury draperies and high-end curtains has debuted the luxury fabric line, Hill Brown by Clarence House. The hand printed decorative fabric line will be completely manufactured in the US.

Clarence House, a company founded in 1961 by New York City based interior designer Robin Roberts with a vision of uncompromised artistry and technical quality. With a void in many areas of the home furnishings textile market, Roberts made a name for the firm by importing fabrics from Europe that were very new in the American market. Clarence House eventually became involved in the creative process, hiring renowned textile artist, Kazumi Yoshida, while having Yoshida invloved in everything from the initial concept to the finished product.

The Hill Brown line that debuted on Monday at Vogue Window Fashion's flagship office in New York City, includes hand printed, silk screen, high-style damasks and hand-loomed brocades. "The line is a collection of gorgeous colors in a rich textured design," says Haily Lawrence, leading decorator at the coveted NYC based drapery & custom curtain design firm.

A top choice of many of the world's most luxurious interiors, Clarence House Fabrics is renowned for the quality of their fabrics and wallpapers. The trail blazing patterns and colors in velvets, wovens, prints, sheers, and silks have become synonymous with the fabric creator's name.

The Hill Brown By Clarence House collection is an extension of the firm's award winning custom drapes and exclusive curtain collections that have become synonymous with modern chic and luxury style.

The collection of stunning curtains and draperies conveys the stylish and chic design to which Vogue Window Fashion customers are accustomed. As NYC's leader in custom drapes, Vogue Window Fashion has become recognized as a leading creative source of influence for the modern decor industry. Through a combination of innovative techniques, cutting-edge design, and superior craftsmanship Vogue Window Fashion aspires to help clients think differently about their draperies and custom curtains.

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