The in-house selections and other lesser-known designer collections from the Seven Islands family were full of the wonderful, the crazy, and memorable. From illustrated fruit (strawberries are everywhere it seems) and botanicals to rather creepy furry stuffed animals, Kokka is reliable for keeping it interesting and more often than not, lovely.
First, some new Trefle. I know them best for their large-scale prints, but there’s quite a variety here — including some very small prints too.
Strawberries. And ants!
A collection of many animals:
Getting super bright and bold with these geo-animal-cheater prints:
This is the Trefle I know best. This season, there’s a more authentic Russian spin on the matroyshka theme, paired with a European folk-inspired kitchen print:
Keli Faw is the owner of Drygoods Design, a delightful destination for lovingly curated fabrics, gifts, and packaging. Started online, you can also visit the storefront and sewing studio make*do*mend in Seattle, WA.