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The Pattern Cloud launches its online marketplace
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Jul '16
Courtesy: The Pattern Cloud
Courtesy: The Pattern Cloud
The Pattern Cloud, a web platform founded by six design companies in the textile industry, recently launched a marketplace selling prints and patterns for fashion and textile buyers.

The Patten Cloud includes design companies like Amanda Kelly, Bay & Brown, Gather No Moss, Owens & Kim, Peagreen, and Whiston & Wright. Each founding company will present their new and exclusive collections on the marketplace along with the best British, European and American textile studios.

The founders believe that the marketplace will revolutionise the buying habits in the traditional industry as buyers can easily access new and relevant designs daily.

The marketplace allows premium buying and selling of artwork and provides customers the opportunity to shop by studio, gender, season or theme. Using their interactive pinboard customers can save and review their favourite patterns within design teams.

“We have joined forces to create a seamless storefront to support and enhance the everyday working life of buyers. Members will discover up to the minute cutting edge trends alongside fresh and original ways with time honoured classics, “said Tracey Brown of Bay & Brown and co-founder of The Pattern Cloud.  (HO)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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