As of Friday, July 31, 2015
Painterly patterns—from abstract prints to watery florals—have textiles splattered in color.
From traditional striped jerseys and seersucker to striped variations on global patterns and French terry, textile designers are finding new ways to look at stripes.
Cat patterns, zebra stripes and lizard prints are all part of the inspiration for animal-print textiles.
Lace looks come in traditional constructions, detailed soutache and printed variations.
Denim-friendly fabrics come in a wide range of construction, from traditional weaves to breezy chambrays to denim-look knits.
From mélange knits to variations on ikat patterns, textile designers are finding inspiration in the fine lines of striated designs.
Textile designers continue to mash up a global mix of traditional textile designs and patterns, from geometric block prints to diffuse ikat patterns to intricate paisley designs.
Alphalace Collection Studio, (323) 376-0625, www.jminternationalgroup.com
Asher Fabric Concepts/Shalom B LLC, (323) 268-1218, www.asherconcepts.com
Bella Tela, (323) 376-0625, www.jminternationalgroup.com
Cinergy Textiles Inc., (213) 748-4400, www.cinergytextiles.com
Confetti Fabrics, (323) 376-0625, www.jminternationalgroup.com
Darquer Dentelles de Calais, (323) 376-0625, www.jminternationalgroup.com
G + G Multitex Inc., (323) 588-3100, www.multitex.us
Malhia Kent, (323) 376-0625, www.jminternationalgroup.com
NK Textile, (949) 680-4743, www.nipkowkobelt.com
Robert Kaufman Fabrics, (800) 877-2066, www.robertkaufman.com
Solid Stone Fabrics, (276) 634-0115, www.solidstonefabrics.com
Texollini, (310) 537-3400, www.texollini.com
Textile Secrets International Inc., (213) 623-4393, www.tsitextile.com
Tiss et Teint, (323) 376-0625, www.jminternationalgroup.com
Triple Textile Inc., (213) 629-4300, www.tripletextile.net