In our globalized world, the admixture of different influences spawns urban multi-cultures. In the field of textiles this is expressed in arts&crafts structures and patterns that are refined graphically and given perfect lines. “Urban multi-culturalism calls for a new, less authentic aesthetic in which ethnic influences are distilled from all over the world to create an ultramodern international style,” comments Natalie Weinmann of Carlin International.
To this end, earthy, warm colors such as beige and nude are supplemented with warm pure orange and deep red, and then rounded out with azure and deep grey. In combination with traditional weaving techniques, the result is an ethnic look that creates a new aura for urban textiles.