The collection will offer an eclectic sensibility with unique prints, weaves, embroideries and wallpaper.
By Alyssa Gautieri
Oscar De La Renta and Lee Jofa have announced their latest collaboration, which will build upon the success of their first two collections. The third collection will expand the brand’s signature style with 11 new designs.
“In developing this collection, I went back to Oscar’s love of textiles and the inspiration that he so often drew from cultures around the world – in particular, India and the Dominican Republic,” said Carolina Irving, creative director of Oscar de la Renta Home, who developed the collection. “There are tropical patterns but they are crafted to feel more like a 19th century French toile than a tropical pattern, a mix that is quintessentially Oscar and that I think he would have loved.”
Oscar De La Renta III will be available this spring at Lee Jofa showrooms and through the Lee Jofa network of licensed representatives.
This French design captures the look of archival 19th century chintz and its fresh cream colors bring out a more modern feel.
A combination of ikat and stripe motifs lends an exotic charm to this documentary print design.
Inspired by a batik design, this stylized floral print reflects the tropical colonial houses of de la Renta’s home in Punta Cana, D.R.
Weaves & Embroideries
Available in a variety of colors, this chic material is fabricated in a rustic cotton and jute construction.
Developed from an early 20th century English document, Cathay recalls de la Renta’s love of the classic country house decorating style.
This unusual and complex ikat patterned embroidery uses vivid colors against an ivory background to add drama to the fabric.
This wallpaper, also available in a print, is a grand and beautiful Indian Mughal design with a unique border.
To see all of the textiles or for more information, visit LeeJofa.com.