Color, texture and story exemplify Folklore, Pollack’s introduction of 30 designs for spring 2018.


The highlight is a group of eleven patterns resulting from a collaboration with the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Pollack Studio’s designers were inspired both visually by its textile collections, and personally by the spirit in which the museum was created: Its founder, Florence Dibell Bartlett, believed that artisans were the carriers of culture, and she celebrated their handwork as a vehicle to communicate unique and shared identities. Each of the Pollack designs is based on a piece from the museum, yet the Studio has reimagined rather than replicated the originals. They focused on a grid-like geometry that underpins hand-stitching and handweaving spanning countries and centuries, and transformed each into a completely modern textile using a fresh eye and twenty-first century techniques. A portion of the proceeds benefits the Museum of International Folk Art. 


An array of quintessential Pollack designs—from signature patterns to indoor/outdoor and high-performance—rounds out the offering.









Also new this spring: Eight new Pollack Hospitality designs build upon this segment’s group of multi-fiber fabrics in nuanced colors and rich textures.

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