This time the collection is named after the late Derek Jarman, who was a brilliant and greatly loved artist and film maker who, also at great odds, made a breathtakingly beautiful home and garden in the most inhospitable of places – the flat and desolate township of shingle, overlooked by the Dungeness nuclear power station in the UK.
This collection of jacquards, prints and plains using interesting weaving and dyeing techniques from the best European mills. JARMAN works with our modern architecture and contemporary way of living. The collection is designed to not only be used in the urban areas of our capital cities, but also in those amazing architectural designed homes you find in rural, beach and outback areas across Australia. JARMAN has taken its inspiration from art, fashion and architectural design.