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    Sekers announces the launch of two new collections for AW18…

    Copernicus is a versatile collection of two woven velvets taking inspiration from the heavens. Deneb, a viscose cut pile velvet in a contemporary pebble design and Vega, a polyester velvet woven with a combination of matte and lustrous yarns to create an intriguing and unusual textural pattern. Copernicus is suitable for contract upholstery and cushions and is available in a palette of refined shades ranging from cool metallic tones and sophisticated neutrals to saturated jewel tones. With a plush hand and subtle lustre, Copernicus is a handsome addition to any interior and is an ideal choice for the designer specifying for the hospitality, leisure and marine markets.

    With an abrasion performance of 45,000 Martindale and supplied with crib five backing, Copernicus is ideal for the contract market, meeting all relevant UK, American standards and IMO standards for upholstery.

    Also launched recently, ABISKO is the combination of two subtle, shimmering fabrics suitable for contract curtains, bedding and accessories. Dalarna is a woven effect and Falun is an elegant satin, available in a palette of 38 complimentary colours ranging from cool metallic tones and sophisticated neutrals to rich rust and opulent greens and reds. Abisko is a versatile addition to any interior and is an ideal choice for the designer specifying for the hospitality and leisure markets.

    Woven in 100 per cent FR polyester, the Abisko collection is suitable for all aspects of the contract market from hotels to cruise ships. Meeting all relevant UK, USA & IMO standards for curtains, accessories and bedding, this washable collection is the perfect selection for any contract application.

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    Hamish Kilburn / 28.09.2018

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