Just In: Japanese Imports, Solid Rayon Challis, and Panda Bears

by Cameron

We are getting in SO MUCH beautiful fabric right now. So much in fact, that we barely have time to blog about it. So here's a quick just in post to whet your appetite. Here we go!

A linen border print by Yoshiko Jinzenji, a lovely cactus print in a mid-weight shirting perfect for a fun and sophisticated Negroni, and canvas also from Yoshiko Jinzenji.

Three more canvas prints from Yoshiko Jinzenj. To really appreciate how great these are you have to open them up and take in the whole print, so please do come in and spread them out on the counter.

Neat-o Japanese prints on seersucker. These are ideal for summer because they are as light as can be without being sheer.

More lightweight cottons from Japan that would make up just beautifully as breezy caftans or gathered skirts.

We can't get enough Essex and here we have an old favorite - yarn-dyed in black - plus two new-to-us colors in blue and coral. Front and center we've got another Japanese import on linen. These four look like they were made for each other. If you're looking for advice on curtains or pillows, I'll probably suggest that you just redo your whole room in these four fabrics.

Pandas! from Art Gallery on their signature soft and silky mid-weight cotton.

From left to right, all from Art Gallery, a canvas in grey and gold and two lovely voiles featuring Pandas! and a distinctive floral print.

Last, but certainly not least, rayon challis in a range of solid colors. These are really luxurious building blocks for your summer wardrobe.