This January the world’s leading designers and decorators descend on Paris’s design district for Paris Déco Off – now celebrating its eighth year. Between 19 and 23 January over 100 international companies will open their stunning showroom and indulge each and every one of us with their brand new collections.
In this article we present the luxury fabric brands that will be exhibiting at this glamorous show and that you just can’t miss out!
Aldeco Interior Fabrics is a dynamic and creative Portuguese brand, that commercializes high-end interior fabrics, inspired by the world’s heritage and cultures. With headquarters and showrooms in Portugal (Oporto Lisbon and Algarve), France (Paris) and a showroom in Spain (Madrid) the brand’s showrooms are strategically located in prestigious locations in each country. The collections are exclusively developed by our Design Department, with passion, innovation and always in tune with the latest fashion and design trends.
The House of Lacroix’s extravagance and spirit, are matched only by their determination to fulfil a unique vision for your home. Explore the full Christian Lacroix fabric collection, suitable for curtains and upholstery.
Architect and illustrator Nigel Peake goes for a walk around the Hermès flagship store in Promenade au Faubourg, conjuring up a dream-like world where a groom searches for his horse and calèche among a maze of architectural perspectives, flights of stairs and wrought-iron balustrades. His graphic maze is subtlely related on silk faille, in a coloring book spirit.
LELIEVRE has woven a worldwide reputation as an international leader in interior decoration. The 6000 items in the LELIEVRE price list offer professional Interior Designers and Architects a vast array of superb quality fabrics suitable for all types of interiors, whether residential or contract. The brand keeps innovating, from classical atmospheres to the most contemporaneous ones and made a further step towards the fashion world with the launch of Sonia Rykiel Maison collection in 2010 and Jean Paul Gaultier in 2012.
The firm’s bond with Missoni, a leading international player in both the fashion and lifestyle sectors, is also a “family affair”. Rosita Missoni, born Jelmini, is, in fact, the sister of Alberto and Giampiero, who run T&J Vestor with their Torrani cousins. Over the years, the collection has gradually expanded and become richer in response to the MissoniHome brand’s growing success.