The 2015 edition of  Decorex retains the extensive range of exhibitors, new product, atmosphere and luxurious design the industry has come to expect from this notorious event. That is why we give you all the Decorex 2015 News.

Decorex 2015 shows you how you can combine the Interior Design and the Fashion Design world! The designer and writer Sarah Ward believes that a fashion house offers interior designers a wealth of inspiration to inject into their schemes and products.

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Although many see fashion and interiors as two separate worlds, progressively, they are becoming more and more intermingled.  For example, by referencing fabrics and motifs you might find in the chicest of living spaces, with Moroccan rug-esque prints and stately brocade patterns stealing the shows earlier this year.

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Superluxe glitter and shine was a look championed by the likes of Christopher Kane for A/W 2015 – with statement sequins and bold metallics making a dramatic resurgence. Similarly, interior designers have been favouring shimmering metal-look finishes, but with a softer edge, such as a burnished bronze chandelier or a warming gold wallpaper.

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This trend features heavily in our own collection, launching at Decorex this year. Posh Trading Company’s signature piece, The Matbox, which consists of a beautifully boxed set of matching serving placemats and double coasters, is available in a range of on-trend metallic finishes, and optional lacquering gives the box that added WOW factor finish.

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Another timeless trend favoured by fashion heavyweights, such as Stella McCartney and Bottega Veneta, is tailoring.  For A/W 2015, designers added hints of classic androgyny. In the world of interiors, tailoring has never been more prevalent, with more and more clients desiring bespoke products which exude superlative quality. AT PTC, like many other designers, we’ve put bespoke at the forefront of our philosophy, offering made to measure items that are handcrafted using the finest techniques, with an emphasis on sustainability.

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