Beauteous fabrics: Dashing Collection by Pollack

Pollack launched the Dashing Collection, which has a strong focus on embroidery and includes velvets, sheers, solids and geometrics, as well as high-performance and bleach-cleanable fabrics. The collection has 28 patterns.

On natural linen, Circus Stripe, Circus Toile and Quill were designed in collaboration with textile company Coral & Tusk. The Circus prints have all the creatures and patterns from under the Big Tent. Circus Stripe complements Circus Toile. Quill has a feather motif. Embroidered patterns include Adorn, a geometric stripe; and Impresario, a diamond weave. Peony is a print with blooming flowers, available in four colorways, all of which have shading in eight embroidery colors. The Dashing Collection also includes high-performance/bleach-cleanable fabrics in an array of floral, geometric and organic designs.

Pollack was founded in 1988 by Mark Pollack, Rick Sullivan and Susan Sullivan, all alumni of Jack Lenor Larsen. Under Mark Pollack’s design direction, the company established a reputation for signature woven fabrics with sophisticated aesthetics, constructions, color palettes and elegance. 

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