Tomorrow I’ll be joining Architectural Digest Editor in Chief Margaret Russell and brothers Nicolo and Andrea Favaretto Rubelli in New York to celebrate the debut of Rubelli – A Story of Silk in Venice, a new art book on the Rubelli family and Venetian textile production over two centuries, five generations, six brands, and five continents.
The lush publication traces the story of Rubelli from its origins in 1889 through modern day and shows how, regardless of expansion and diversification, the brand never abandoned the themes which made Venetian textiles famous over the centuries: the hand-loomed velvet and extraordinary quality of the damask and silk produced in its own weaving mills.
Design magazines may say “baroque is back,” but as the Rubelli family knows, their olde-world sensibility and aesthetic remains timeless.
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