Christopher Farr Cloth had a wonderful time at Paris Deco Off 2019, presenting the latest collections of fabrics and wallcoverings. New weaves and prints by And Objects and wallpapers by Neisha Crosland were well received and designers enjoyed experimenting with colour schemes in our interactive display.
Barron & Larcher by Michal Silver & Sarah Burns The story of two pioneering women, whose successful business lasted from 1923 until the outbreak of World War II. Through historic and contemporary illustrations and text contributions from interior designer Kit Kemp and design writer Alan Powers, Barron & Larcher explores how the designer-makers built a hand-printed textile business that counted Coco Chanel and the Duke of Westminster among its clients.
Featuring woven designs by Ismini Samanidou, Christopher Farr Cloth have launched a collaborative collection of performance weaves with Perennials® fabrics, creating a collection of enticing textural weaves that have a luxury feel and hand woven appearance, yet benefit from the highest durability and stain repellent technology.
The first Paul Smith shop on Albemarle Street did not sell clothes. Opened in 2005, No. 9 Albermarle Street was originally a place for Paul to share his passion for design by showing and selling special furniture, objects and artworks collected on his travels around the world....