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Elle Decoration (South Africa) - - NEWS -

Bel­gian dec­o­ra­tor Vic­to­ria-Maria Geyer has long been an ar­dent lover of Pierre Frey fab­ric house, us­ing an ar­ray of its tex­tiles in many of her projects. So it’s no sur­prise that she has col­lab­o­rated with the brand on a cap­sule fab­ric and wall­pa­per col­lec­tion fea­tur­ing her own imag­i­na­tive il­lus­tra­tions. Les Ven­imeuses – or The Ven­emous – con­sists of two de­signs in rust, mid­night blue or gun bar­rel grey: the first (pic­tured above) de­picts a swirl of ser­pents rem­i­nis­cent of 18th cen­tury an­i­mal en­grav­ings, while the sec­ond is com­posed of the Ouroboros, an an­cient Egyp­tian sym­bol por­tray­ing a snake eat­ing its own tail. The bold col­lec­tion epit­o­mises Pierre Frey artis­tic direc­tor Pa­trick Frey’s be­lief that ‘to create is to dare’. pier­refrey.com, vic­to­ria-maria.com

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