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Vervain celebrated its new collections with the Hearst Design Group at the New York Botanical Garden earlier this month, with an after-hours viewing of the “CHIHULY” exhibit. The collections will be debuting at Fabricut showrooms this fall.
“Vervain is thrilled to introduce a new fabric collaboration with The New York Botanical Garden this fall—and there’s not a better place than at New York Botanical Garden to celebrate this special partnership, with “CHIHULY” as our backdrop and surrounded by our friends from the Hearst Design Group and top designers from the New York City area,” says David Klaristenfeld, vice president of Vervain. “We appreciate the excitement for this new collection and can’t wait for the rest of the design world to see these amazingly beautiful fabrics and use them in their projects.”
Over 100 guests attended the party, including designers Roric Tobin, Alberto Villalobos, Harry Heissmann, Josh Greene, Elizabeth Pyne, Libby Langdon, Ashley Whittaker, Max Sinsteden, Frank Ponterio, Patrick J. Hamilton and Bennett Leifer, along with Newell Turner, Clinton Smith and Sophie Donelson from the Hearst Design Group.
Images by Gaia Squarci.