Introducing the Structure Collection
Press Release • May 11, 2021
GREEN BAY, WIS. – Pallas Textiles is excited to launch The Structure Collection™. Form and function are intrinsic to high-quality design and the foundation of a structure, the study of which involves an understanding of these concepts and the relationship between. Each textile in this collection studies the fundamental structures in architecture, basketry and apparel construction – all of which require a sound structural base to create form for function. The final interpretation into a woven textile looks beyond form to reveal the beauty behind each unique structure.
“I would describe the very substance of these reinterpreted now modern classics as intrinsic, cohesive and tactile,” said Dean Lindsley, VP of Pallas Textiles. “Each style blends intricate weave structures telling their own unique story with fresh color combinations relevant to today’s transitional market trends.”
The collection includes the following patterns:
Basket – Basket mimics the interlacing textural form of a handwoven basket, capturing your attention through the varied use of differed yarn colors. The result is a textile of distinctive visual contrast that is uniquely tactile.
Deflection – Named for its mini deflected weave structure, Deflection invites you to look more closely at these vibrant heathered fabrics that are reminiscent of a fine woolen suiting material.
Essence – Essence is the quintessential example of a dimensionally rich textile. The textural bouclé personifies its identity. Essence, by its nature, is the very substance that defines the Structure Collection.
Mesh – Inspired by architectural infrastructure, the unique texture of Mesh is created by threading a bubbly bouclé yarn through a grid-like structure. The yarn blooms out over the surface, blurring and softening the lines.
Stitch – Exceptional, perfectly spaced stitching is a hallmark of a well-made garment and the inspiration behind this pattern. Stitch uses a multicolor yarn to create a feeling of rolling color across the surface structure.