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Herringbone Stripe by Maharam
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Herringbone Stripe by Maharam is an upholstery fabric, constructed of pure wool, designed by the acclaimed British designer Paul Smith.
Herringbone Stripe by Maharam is designed around the theme of men’s haberdashery. A textural juxtaposition is created through the use of a toothy, densely constructed herringbone, contrasted against bands of lustrous sateen. Vividly coloured continuous and intermittent stripes are positioned at random intervals, creating a formal, yet playful effect.

Herringbone Stripe by Maharam is available in a classic menswear palette, including rich brown, navy, black and greys. The textiles are upholstery weight and meet all contract requirements. Unlike any other fashion designer at work today, Paul Smith has managed to combine a flair for eccentric detail with a dedication to the highest standards of craftsmanship. This has made him one of the most successful fashion designers in British history. Paul Smith fell into fashion design when, as an out-of-work teenager, his father forced him to become a runner in a local clothing warehouse. In 1976, just six years after opening his first shop, he showed his first collection on the Paris runways under the Paul Smith label. Today, his fashion empire includes fourteen shops in London, as well as locations in New York, Paris, Milan, the U.A.E, Kuwait and Asia — including over 200 stores in Japan.

100% Wool
5 colours
145 cm wide