Jessica Ogden x APC - Photo by @alfredo_piola via IG @the_cat_whiskers.

Best of Paris Deco Off 2022. Jessica Ogden x APC – Photo by @alfredo_piola via IG @the_cat_whiskers.

Design, Paris 2022 – From Pierre Frey to Dedar, Lelièvre Paris and Mèetaphores. We have collected seven eclectic fabric designs taking over the right and left banks of the Seine river for Paris Deco Off 2022 – the diffused fair dedicated to textile and home decor in the French capital.


Parisian furnishing fabrics company Pierre Frey teamed up with Mary Shaw, founder of French-Irish brand Sequana, to create the Sequana collection. Tartan and tweed in daring colour harmonies are woven in exceptional wool from the ancestral lands of County Donegal, Ireland.

SEQUANA collection by Mary Sahw x Maison Pierre Frey - Photo via IG by @lamaisonpierrefrey.

SEQUANA collection by Mary Sahw x Maison Pierre Frey – Photo via IG by @lamaisonpierrefrey.

Métaphores pays homage to the moonlight by weaving silk and lurex to obtain Fever, a ‘nocturnal’ fabric with a pearly, almost liquid look and a soft-to-the-touch feel. The almost impalpable textile designed by Emilie Paralitici reflects light and nuances with a shiny, iridescent and translucent effect.

FEVER by Mètaphores - Photo by @gaelleleboulicautpics via IG @metaphoresparis.

FEVER by Métaphores – Photo by @gaelleleboulicautpics via IG @metaphoresparis.

Lelièvre Paris presents Résonance, a collection of jacquards, linens, velvets and cotton satins fabrics where Indonesian ‘ikat’ textiles, stripes and animal skin patterns flirt and blend with art. The Palette range of digitally printed cotton satin is a three-coloured all-over design with a brushstroke effect echoing contemporary art like an abstract painting.

RÈSONANCE collection, Palettes range, by Lelièvre Paris - Photo by Photo by @morganelegallphotographe via IG @lelievreparis.

RÈSONANCE collection, Palettes range, by Lelièvre Paris – Photo by @morganelegallphotographe via IG @lelievreparis.

Italian company Dedar presents the Erbaluce collection for curtain and seating applications. The camouflage pattern discovers a new dimension and encounters the tapestry tradition in a figurative and abstract motif. Blurred contours overlay a delicate chevron pattern rippling the fabric surface. The design is the fruit of a jacquard weave featuring five differently coloured warp threads.

ERBALUCE by Dedar - Photo by Dedar.

ERBALUCE by Dedar – Photo by Dedar.

For A.P.C. Atelier de Production et de Création, Jean Touitou and fashion designer Jessica Ogden upcycled and assembled discarded fabrics from past collections to develop new cotton and linen designs. Based on the travels in Mexico of Anni and Josef Albers and their documented fascination with the architecture and arts of the Inca, the designer created abstract compositions that, once stretched, can resemble paintings.

Jessica Ogden x APC - Photo by @alfredo_piola via IG @the_cat_whiskers.

Jessica Ogden x APC – Photo by @alfredo_piola via IG @the_cat_whiskers.

Texas brand Perennials Fabrics and Rugs launches Cloud 9, a collection of acrylic textiles and rugs with an understated neutral palette. Exuding timeless sober elegance, the new tone-on-tone series plays with geometry to recall the subtle cracking of Arctic icebergs, falling snow and silent, yet ineffable, spring blooming.

CLOUD 9 by Perennial Fabrics and Rugs - Photo via IG by @perennialfabrics.

CLOUD 9 by Perennial Fabrics and Rugs – Photo via IG by @perennialfabrics.

Casamance presents Modelage, a ‘panoramic’ collection of wall panels conceived as an artistic walk on a land bathed in light. Made with poster paint on modeling clay, it forms the material into daring shapes and reveals the subtle stroke of the paintbrush. Designing unique pieces with imperfect lines in deep and warm tones, our stylists invite the art to take place in your interior.

MODELAGE by Casamance - Photo via IG by @casamance_official.

MODELAGE by Casamance – Photo via IG by @casamance_official.