“Refined and authentic. Pretty and strong. Delicate, but liveable. This textile collection serves as a deeply layered and thoughtfully textured story of my journey,” says Frank Ponterio of his latest collection for Clarence House. Take a look at six of the trimming options created by Ponterio for the collection, as seen in ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME Magazine’s 2019 winter issue.
Sentiero’s oiled edges give credence to a ripe patina amidst a classic chevron pattern. Shown in Notte.
Collegare displays the luxury essence of hair-on-hide with a chain link motif. Shown in Grigio/Blanco.
Inspired by Italian friendship bracelets, the Amici trim showcases a uniquely handmade quality. Shown in Crostini.
Twists of vegan leather top a linen base to create a progressive pattern in the Corsetto trim. Shown in Panna.
The hair-on-hide geometric details of Inverso are the inverse of themselves. Shown in Espresso.
Bruco features a double-sided fringe paired with a matte finish of suede. Shown in Panna.
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