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'Male warmth'. The best way to show off the Houndstooth check trend!

11 October 2013

Fashion trends are for the street too, not only for your home. The hottest new trends land, reinventing and refreshing the classic icons for the fashion and textile world and also for the interior design sector. A so elegantly dressed man with a form-fitting houndstooth check blazer, or a chesterfield sofa with houndstooth upholstery… New Fall 2013 trends are alive! (Article inspired by Trendhal and Kelly Hoppen trends. We agree entirely!)


A few days ago, we were studying new textile trends during our morning meeting when we let our imagination run free… Suddenly we were walking in Madrid, London and New York, feeling the vertiginous rhythm of these amazing cities, with their unique skyline, surrounding ourselves with the coolest and smartest people. The new masculine-chic style embraces us.


We were working with Equipo DRT’s high-end decoration fabrics Marc, Harris, Sarga, Espiga and Príncipe de Gales. It was easy to imagine the models on catwalk with these designs. The new classics and contemporary warm colours for the 21st century. The new season look brings to your home and city the houndstooth check, herring bone and prince of Wales checks designs.

That’s why the observatory of interior design trends “Trendhall” highlights: the “Male Warmth” as one of the most relevant trends for new season 2013-2014.


It is obvious, houndstooth check is back. It’s cool, it’s chic. Wear it as a blazer and combine it with fitted jeans. Revive and refresh your hall, customize your sofa and combine it with an embroidered linen cushion. Even if your home is 95% coordinated, there is nothing like adding a stunning furniture master piece, as well known interior designs Kelly Hoppen advices.



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