ISSUE 38  |  Living Rooms

Fabrics & Linens: Jasper Conran Sackville Street

September 15, 2008 7:31 PM

BY Sarah Lonsdale

Jasper Conran’s 2007 Sackville Street line is an irreverent take on bespoke tailoring fabrics normally associated with London’s Savile Row. Classic flannels and pinstripes come in sensible subdued hues, while the chartreuse and saffron of his Albemarle silk and viscose birdseye spot motif are positively dapper. Suitable for both upholstery and curtains, the full line is available from Designer’s Guild.

Below: Stratton.

Below: St. James.

Below: Portman

Below: Albemarle.