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This handwoven textile by Evelyn Hill Anselevicius is another example of the design's unique color and texture combinations. This sample, circa 1952, is made of wool. KnollTextile's new Knoll Luxe line features many fabrics with handwoven appearances. "It

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Originally appeared in Behind the Scenes: Knoll Textiles
on May 26, 2011
This handwoven textile by Evelyn Hill Anselevicius is another example of the design's unique color and texture combinations. This sample, circa 1952, is made of wool. KnollTextile's new Knoll Luxe line features many fabrics with handwoven appearances. "It
This handwoven textile by Evelyn Hill Anselevicius is another example of the design's unique color and texture combinations. This sample, circa 1952, is made of wool. KnollTextile's new Knoll Luxe line features many fabrics with handwoven appearances. "It goes back to the roots of Knoll and when Florence started to textile division in the 1940s," Makovsky says. Two recently additions to the Luxe line are by fashion designers Rodarte and Proenza Schouler. "It also harks back to the early history of KnollTextiles when Florence used men's tailoring fabric. It's interesting that Dorothy Cosonas, the new KnollTextiles creative director, understands Knoll's history and kept it in mind."

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