By Laura Guido Clark

Mass production has given rise to predictability and uniformity. Technology has made it possible to make things en masse perfectly, and therefore ubiquitous. At the heart of it, we are craving the unexpected, the twist or design that takes us on a new and sometimes circuitous path.

Adhering to the notion of not being set or guided in a particular direction, the patterns of the Drift Collection wander impulsively. The apparent randomness defies order and compliance.

Color is coolly defiant as well in the Drift Collection–complex neutral combinations mingle with a splash of color alongside unexpected combinations of brights.

Wander down a new path with the Drift Collection from Pallas Textiles.


Fracture mimics the fissures and cracks in ice with an overlay of octagonal color. The negative space appears to be a random larger pattern.