I have been using Bennison fabrics for many years – These beautiful English fabrics and wallpapers are based on 18th and 19th century designs that have been reinterpreted using fresh colorways and creative scaling. Hand printing, with its inherent offsets and subtle variations in tone, lends each bolt an individual one-of-a-kind quality that simply cannot be replicated by machine. All of the above, paired with the use of fine silks, linens, and hand laid papers, puts Bennison high on my resource list. I am standing here in front of an excellent “Great Floral” wallpaper produced in a slate on white colorway – how chic this would be in a bedroom in Palm Beach with lemon yellow accents!
I am wearing a Gucci black pinstripe suit, Turnbull and Asser gray and black silk polka dot pocket square, a Gucci purple and white stripe shirt with contrast white collar and cuffs, Seamen Schepps black pearl cufflinks, black and gray micro stripe silk tie by Gucci, Hermes black leather belt with silver buckle, and Gucci black python “Playboy” slip on shoes.