If you’ve been reading for a while, you know by now that I get very excited when I come across innovations in the world of high-end interior design. Art that I love and design, I just want to share it with everyone I know.

Here is the inside scoop on the textile theme that is taking over Design Miami/Basel!

Founded in 1935 Maison Pierre Frey now has an archive of some 7,000 wallpaper and fabric designs that demonstrate the house’s commitment to fine craft and rich, hand-drawn pattern work. Design Miami/ collaborates with the luxury textile house for its 10th Anniversary to create Chromatropic, a camouflage-inspired print collaged from tropical textiles from the Pierre Frey archive and collection.

Chromatropic also appears in a capsule collection created by Hentsch Man, a fashion label known for its use of prints. The Hentsch Man anorak, hat and sneakers are available in limited numbers, alongside a specially produced J. Crew Chromatropic pocket square, at the JUNE-Basel pop-up store within Hall 1 Süd.

This geometrical, colorful, and punchy pattern is making waves in the design world this summer! This tropical flavor mixed with architectural design is truly inspiring when it comes to fabric and home decorating. Be on the hunt for this pattern because this new sensation will be selling quickly!