David Phoenix’s First Collection for Kravet Couture
In this blog we’re going to be showcasing and discussing the new Kravet Fabric’s collection by David Phoenix: Well-Suited.
This is David’s first collection with Kravet Couture and he’s not off to a bad start. The entire collection is based on Phoenix’s lifestyle and aesthetic preferences.
“My aesthetic is tailored, elevated and bursting with traditional masculine DNA!” says Phoenix.
Within the collection you’ll find a tasteful assortment of checkers, plaids, paisleys, and some sophisticated wool-blends that remind us of an actual tailored suit. The color schemes play with traditional themes, with some Mediterranean inspiration in the sage and marine hues.
Pattern’s Within this Collection:
Turned Out Tile
Wing Tip makes an homage to the traditional men’s dress shoe and it’s leather work. The geometric shapes in this pattern are classic and refined.
WISPY LINEN & CALCOL CHENNILE
Wispy Linen is a soothing and calming neutral in light, breezy beautiful linen.
Calcol Chenille is a high durability, acrylic-backed pattern featuring beige, gray, and moss hues.
The Wentworth Check portrays a cleanly steamed and pressed checker suit jacket. The colors are made up of soft moss and aquatic tones mixed with neutrals.
TURNED OUT TILE
Imagine stepping into the foyer of your vacation destination hotel, Turned Out Tile paints the picture of a gorgeous mosaic tile arrangement in neutral mediterranean inspired colors.
Taste Maker consists of two woven light herringbone patterns in a gray/blue neutral, and a beige neutral.
SURREY STRIE & SHELBI
Surrey Strie is an aquatic colored vertical print that is a wool-blend and steam finished. The slight variation in olive and gray tones within gives it depth.
Shelbi is a high durability linen blend fabric in gentle beige neutral.
Savoy Suiting pattern represents all of the timeless classic shades of a formal wool menswear suit. From burgundy and moss, all the way to blue and black.
Kent Manor is a detailed and soft-spoken floral pattern that lightly resembles a paisley.
A classic mixed width vertical stripe in mossy and aquatic colorways. Hassler Stripe is chic and simple.
Handsome Plaid is a simple and classic plaid. This pattern fits right into the Kravet Fabric’s Well-Suited collection, resembling a well chosen pocket square.
Garrick Paisley is a two stripe paisley motif pattern that comes in a calming warm gray, or the passive blue aura.
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Until Next time!
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