Exciting new textiles from Camira—available in September 2020—highlight the fall line with Dolly and Kork, a pair of equally enticing yet decidedly different surface options.
Named for the infamous sheep that was successfully cloned in the late 90s, Dolly is a collection of sheepskin fabric retaining the natural color of lamb’s wool.
Dolly is available as a rolled fabric, which is not typical for sheepskin and which gives Dolly enhanced versatility: “Timelessly cool, impossibly soft, and daringly fun,” Dolly is a great upholstery option for adding warmth and texture.
Like Dolly, Kork is sustainable and renewable. This FSC Responsibly Sourced material retains the organic patterns and subtle colorations of the cork tree.
With its “raw composition and sleek tactility,” Kork is suitable for a variety of surface applications.