If the fabrics and colors popped a little more than usual at Barbara Tfank’s presentation, that’s because she created her own textiles this go-around. Among the more impressive designs were a vibrant cerulean and pink morning glory pattern and an alluring textured floral inspired by the work of Fauvist painter Raoul Dufy — cut in mostly Fifties-flecked cocktail silhouettes. Tfank’s enjoying the textile gig so much, she’s planning on turning her attention to wallpaper, rugs and interiors, as well.

If the fabrics and colors popped a little more than usual at Barbara Tfank’s presentation, that’s because she created her own textiles this go-around. Among the more impressive designs were a vibrant cerulean and pink morning glory pattern and an alluring textured floral inspired by the work of Fauvist painter Raoul Dufy — cut in mostly Fifties-flecked cocktail silhouettes. Tfank’s enjoying the textile gig so much, she’s planning on turning her attention to wallpaper, rugs and interiors, as well.

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