Haitian-American fashion designer Victor Glemaud has launched his first-ever interior collection in collaboration with his family’s New York decorating house Schumacher, entitled Cul-De-Sac.
Among fashion connoisseurs, Victor Glemaud is the king of bright colours, elegant lines and ingenious textured knits. Now the designer is using his talents to create a collection of fabrics and wallpapers for Schumacher.
Cul-de-Sac is an eponymous collection of cheerful, colourful knitwear that combines comfort and style. Velvet, botanical patterns, shibori and graphic patterns inspired by the 1970s: there is something enchanting about this collection.
With the exception of the Toussaint fabric, the names of the patterns Julie, Fabienne, Virginia, Jessie, Keket, Evelyn, pay tribute to the strong women around her.
“It’s a collection that designers can have fun with and mix styles.” – Victor Glemaud
The toile de Jouy revisited
The Toussaint canvas revisits the Toile de Jouy and pays homage to the artist’s Caribbean heritage by depicting historical scenes celebrating the liberator of Haiti, Toussaint Louverture, as well as the flowers, foliage and landscapes of the designer’s homeland.
This refreshing collection can be shopped on the Schumacher website!