Pure Of Heart: Renewable Fabrics

Pure Of Heart: Renewable Fabrics

Sarah Firshein
May 3, 2010

If Rapunzel were indeed to spin her golden locks into fabrics, we're pretty sure this is what they'd look like: Pure, a new residential label from the 22-year-old textiles company Pollack. Natural fibers culled from renewable sources—think bamboo, for instance—are used in create a collection that includes silks, wools, raffias, linens, satins, cottons and more in 105 color ways.

The eco fabrics in the Pure collection include (shown above the jump, from top to bottom):

1.The Rose Matelasse (shown in Champagne), an all-cotton jacquard weave.

2. The Cotton Silk Canvas (shown in Celadon), ideal for walls or upholstery.

3. The Heathered Flannel (shown in Willow), a woolen woven in Chile.

4. TheEstate (shown in Gold Coin), a silk/wool jacquard with a sheen.

5. The Flaxen Satin (shown in Light Celadon), a wool satin woven in New Zealand.

6. The Wool Homespun (shown in Raw Silk), worsted wool woven in Brazil.

(Image: Pollack)

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