High art: Chameleon fabrics by Robert Allen

Introducing the latest collaboration between Larry Laslo and luxury textile brand Robert Allen: Chameleon. The collection of jewel-toned fabrics takes inspiration from various sources, including the worlds of high art and high fashion. The old palette is saturated with colors, including saffron, lapis, amazon and zinc.

Chameleon’s statement pattern is Tropic Storm, a pattern of expressionistic scarab beetles available in Molten, which includes magenta, aqua, purple and lime against a white background. Butterfly includes blues and oranges on a black background. Crystal River presents an iridescent abstract motif resembling water. Hidden World is an understated two-tone snakeskin. Meanwhile, geometric fabrics include Ancient Angle and Energy Shift.


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