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Velvet is still in fashion. And Lizzo presents four new models of this sophisticated (and beautiful) fabric

After the tropical empacho of each summer, September always arrives loaded with sophisticated and elegant proposals in which velvet is the protagonist. Not surprisingly, for several seasons, velvet is one of the star fabrics in the world of interior design.

With a renewed strength, and after a few decades in which the velvet was a bit demodied, this fabric has strongly reconquered sofas, armchairs, poufs, chairs and walls. We can see it in interior design projects, in events like Casa Decor, or in collections such as the one just launched Lizzo.

Within the characteristic color range of this firm, we find four new velvet. From the basic Guru and Eternal to the sophistication of Majestic, inspired by the Chinese imperial court, or the softness of the herringbone velvet Mind.

Guru, which means 'teacher' or 'guide', is the name of this velvet proposal that I love for the tall hair and that so subtle shine that shows. Is available in 22 colors, from the most neutral tones to the always attractive coral, turquoise blue, dusty green, teal or mustard. In addition, this velvet is flame retardant and also be washable, has a great resistance.

Mind, the second of Lizzo's new velvets, is a geometric fabric with a gloss finish that simulates a spike with which it is intended to pay homage to nature.

In fact, Mind is framed within the Holistic collection, inspired by the relationship between human beings and nature and their conception as part of a whole. Regarding the colors, Mind is presented in the shades of the classic Lizzo Palette as the night blue, brown green or emerald.

Eternal Y Majestic It is part of the Rituals collection, a collection inspired by the rituals, ceremonies and mystery surrounding the events in the Forbidden City of Beijing. On the one hand, Eternal is an elegant cotton velvet with high hair and subtle shine inspired by the meaning of the Forbidden City as an eternal place for emperors, a symbol of power and greatness. 26 colors are available, among which there are sumptuous colors such as marsala, night blues, snow white, mustard and dusty greens.

Majestic is a jacquard velvet with Toile de Jouy style chinoiserie suitable for upholstery available in two colors, chalky blue with old gold and taupe with fog gray. Its design stems from the majesty of the decoration of the main Halls of the Forbidden City, and its shapes, colors and texture coexist in perfect harmony, between motifs of classical Chinese art and bucolic nature scenes.

Video: Dolce Vita Velvet. Fall Winter 20182019 Full Fashion Show. Exclusive (January 2020).

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