High fashion: Carnegie’s Xorel Gilded Couture collection

Featured in five metallic patterns, the collection pays tribute to haute couture fashion and the French style during the era of Marie Antoinette.

Carnegie has launched the Xorel Gilded Couture collection.

Using five metallic patterns, the collection pays tribute to haute couture fashion and the French style during the era of Marie Antoinette.

These contract textiles are made of bio-based sugarcane, which fulfills Carnegie’s commitment of being PVC and VOC free. Xorel high-performance textiles are durable, cleanable, acoustic and bacterial resistant. To highlight the friendliness to the environment of the collection, every 200 yards of Xorel offsets the same amount of carbon that an acre of trees would.

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Post COVID-19: The New Guest Experience

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