Peter fasano's custom creations
For over 30 years, textile guru Peter Fasano has been the go-to industry name for handcrafted cloths, prints, and high-end wall coverings. In the late 1970s, after graduating from Parsons School of Design and working for decorator maven Dorothy Draper, Fasano launched his namesake line of hand-painted fabrics to the delight of notable interior tastemakers like Halston and Mark Hampton. In 1990, he left New York City for Great Barrington, Massachusetts, to start his eco-friendly silk-screening studio. Here, along with his team of 16 employees, Fasano creates one-of-a-kind material masterpieces—including his latest collection of patterns made from traditional Indian woodblocks—for clients like Judd Apatow, Tiger Woods, and the White House. “So much of what gets done is a collage of our collective ideas, trials, and errors,” Fasano explains. “It’s a true weave of all our work.”
domino goes behind the scenes for a firsthand look at forging fine fabric.
Patterns are pressed and tested in various colors to showcase options.