Fashion Record

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Designer Rugs and Alex Perry


The Alex Perry rug collection is new and exclusive to Designer Rugs. The collection pays homage to Perry's Greek heritage, featuring 8 designs, all handmade from New Zealand wool.

All designs are suitable for commercial and residential applications and can be custom coloured and sized to suit any application.

View the collection at the Designer Rugs site www.designerrugs.com.au/alex-perry
 
You can contact your local Designer Rugs showroom to receive a limited edition postcard pack featuring the Alex Perry rug collection ph 1300 802 561.

Designer Rugs www.designerrugs.com.au
Alex Perry www.alexperry.com.au

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Thursday, February 19, 2009

Designer Rugs and Easton Pearson


Lexus Australia invited Designer Rugs to present their 2009 collection in collaboration with Australian fashion design duo Lydia Easton and Pamela Pearson (Easton Pearson). The venue for this exclusive preview was the Spring Racing carnival in Melbourne.

The Easton Pearson's rug collection is due to be launched in March 2009. Go to the Designer Rugs events page to see more pictures of the event.

Designer Rugs www.designerrugs.com.au
Easton Pearson www.eastonpearson.com

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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

'ART ON THE FLOOR' 2008 with ISCD


Anthony Manuatu is the winner of the 2008 'Art on the floor' competition run annually by the International School of Colour and Design together with Designer Rugs.

Manuatu's design 'Muck' was chosen from more than 400 entries. The design was said to be "inspired by the simplicity of nature's palm leaves and circles". As the major prize Manuatu received a 200x300cm rug in his design. The 'Muck' design is also available for projects via Designer Rugs.

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Monday, December 03, 2007

The Designer Rugs - Akira Kisetsu Collection


Australian design icon Akira Isogawa has collaborated again with Designer Rugs to create the 2007/08 Akira:Kisetsu collection. The 6 new designs reflects Akira's distinctive style of delicate patterns influenced by Japanese style.

Each design features 100% New Zealand Wool, some in combination with viscose or pure silk which add a subtle textural highlight.

Go to the Desginer Rugs site for a look at the Akira:Kisetsu collection, or visit one of the Desigern Rugs locations in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and (in early Dec 07) Auckland NZ.

Akira Isogawa www.akira.com.au
Designer Rugs www.designerrugs.com.au

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