Perfectly imperfect worldly textiles
When Brook Perdigon launched her Los Angeles-based textile company three years ago, she sought to revive the industry’s creative spirit. “As textile design has become overly digitized, I wanted to showcase the imperfections of the artist’s hand,” she says. Her new Meridians collection—whose graphic hand-drawn patterns are silk-screened onto natural linen by local artisans—takes cues from worldly inspirations such as the geometric prints of ancient Incan fabrics and the works of Cuban-American abstract painter Carmen Herrera. From $155/yard. brookperdigontextiles.com.
Written by ANUSH BENLIYAN.