Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Carpet Diem

They say if you chase two rabbits, they both get away, but as an artist, there is a particular discomfort in being confined. Being singly labeled a wardrobe stylist or interior designer never quite fit into my desire to work in multiple disciplines...nor did it reflect my ability, education or body of work. Succumbing to one label also seemed to limit the potential of my business, which contradicted the ideas so thoroughly instilled by business school. With the hope of encouraging professional cross pollination, we will regularly salute designers that dare to take a leap of faith into uncharted territory.

So, as I observe the market, it is no surprise that an increasing number of companies are looking to crossover into new areas. The skills required to be exceptional in fashion design don't always translate to home furnishings, but these houses have translated their unique aesthetic to home furnishings, particularly luxurious carpets, wonderfully. Here's to seizing a sizable opportunity and building a solid (though soft) foundation in a new industry!


Alexander McQueen

Calvin Klein




Paul Smith

Ralph Lauren

Vivienne Westwood

1 comment:

  1. it's so true that fashion takes it's inspiration from so many places.

    Nicole Smith