Fall Quilt Market 2012: Anna Griffin

This was my first time meeting the folks at Anna Griffin and their new division Blend firsthand, and I was not only impressed by their current and upcoming collections but also how they presented their brand as a whole. Everyone looked professional in sharp black dresses, their marketing materials are stunning, and I think there’s something to be said for the egalitarian way they present all their collections. The prints, displayed on ladders, were really allowed to shine. My photos didn’t turn out too well (challenging light, that convention center), but fortunately their beautifully and simply styled promotional images will come to the rescue.

First up, the December 2012 collection Chinoiserie, which is traditional Chinese-inspired prints in a palette of brights.

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Olivia has the look of antique wallpapers. It’s new in stores now.

{ image courtesy Anna Griffin Inc. }

 

Juliet is a romantic mix of damask and stylized antique florals in a palette of tonal pastels and soft metallics. It has been out since this summer.

 

Palmer, also in stores now, is centered around vintage tropical-barkcloth-inspired prints for a Miami Regency feel.

 

No pictures yet, but also keep your eye out for Eleanor, which comes out Feb. 2013. It is a “feminine floral fabric collection inspired by the elaborate millinery and antique perfume bottles of the 1920s.”

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