Tradition Meets Performance
Italy’s Rubelli is renowned for its decadent textiles crafted from the world’s finest materials.
Now the team at Rubelli is injecting time-honored traditions with state-of-the-art techniques. Notes Nicolo Favaretto Rubelli, “By weaving together Venetian tradition with contemporary design, Rubelli intertwines ancient savoir faire with technological research, offering innovative fabrics that keep the essential and precious nature of craft textiles intact.” Pictured here (on the hanging panels) is Rubelli’s “Diecielode,” a macro texture with ethnic elements available in 10 colorways. This high-performance fabric can be used in or outdoors and is perfect for home or commercial applications.
The glamorous new Harry Winston salon in San Francisco dazzles.
It is undeniable that the performing arts industry is under-going major changes. With the innovation in technology and a shift in audience demands, art institutions are trying to attract and reach a rapidly changing audience before it is too late. Red Curtain Addict, a performing arts start-up in San Francisco, has set out to “unite the arts” by making the arts easily accessible, approachable, and fun to a new and young audience.