David Hicks by Ashley Hicks II
Above, "Turkish Flower," in red on linen, an original David Hicks design inspired by a silk kaftan in the Topkapi Palace wardrobe.
Above, top right to bottom:
"La Fiorentina" in coral; "Cliffoney" in salmon/wheat; "Waistcoat" in salmon: "Axum Stripe" in coral/sand; ""York Castle" in salmon; "Kyoto Shrine" in salmon; back fabric is "Coggeshall Solid" in salmon.
Above, "Daisy, Daisy," a geo-floral on cotton/linen that David Hicks first designed in 1961.
This fall, Groundworks will launch a second geometric fabric collection by Ashley Hicks. Again, the line is designed in the style of Hicks's iconic dad, David Hicks. But this time, Ashley's own vision is more dominant with bold geo-florals and geometric figures, and up-to-the-minute color colorways. Above are just a few prints that caught my eye.
Check back for more fall fabric previews over the next few days.