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Inspired by both the landscape and lifestyle of New Mexico, the Tesuque collection of textiles features imperfect patterns that are at once graphic and organic. Designed by Kufri founder Mili Suleman, who employs women and aging weavers, the six block-printed patterns on 100 per cent handwoven linen are each available in two to four colourways (custom colours are also an option).

Referencing New Mexico woodworking and architecture, in particular the designs and details found in windows and doors, Ziggy features fluid zigzagging lines in complementary or contrasting colours. 

With a motif of horizontally arranged clay vessels, Potishead introduces a pattern that speaks to Suleman’s graphic design history.

Small dashes of differing lengths give Jemez a cross-hatched appearance, which reads as a neutral base to complement the other more graphic motifs.  

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