10 February 2016
Limonta, a known fabric company, worked with Society on a refined, season-less household linen line made of natural fibers, available in an array of dusty pastels and jewel tones. Minimal bath towels, robes, bed linens, table cloths and napkins come in colours ranging from rust to blue indigo, sage to grey, bordeaux to white and geranium red. The collection is made of linen, terrycloth, hemp and byssus, treated to seem almost worn-in, soft and ductile. The pieces are free of any decorations; the fabrics textures have been worked into ribbing, honeycomb, and matting effects. Their no-frill elegance dominates any bathroom or kitchen with colours that seem to mimic shades of the sun and wind.