FIL DOUX TEXTILES
MEDIA KIT | HD EXPO 2019
Fil Doux Textiles celebrates their homebase at this year’s HD Expo, running from May 15-17th in Las Vegas, with the launch of Brooklyn Bound, a collaboration with a beloved fiber artist who also calls the borough home: Elodie Blanchard. The fabric collection, representing the cultural diversity of Brooklyn, will show alongside the artistic launch, Atelier, at the company’s booth (#2707). In addition, they will once again make a splash at this year’s Party by the Pool with the promised return of their wildly popular synchronized swimmers.
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HD EXPO 2019
COAST TO COAST
FIL DOUX TEXTILES GIVES BACK
Fil Doux Textiles has expanded their Fil Doux for the Arts program (FDFA) with a donation to the Harlem Arts Alliance (HAA). FDFA supports the arts and young artists by providing excess materials to individual creators and non-profit organizations. HAA received 8 boxes of cut yardage and samples from Fil Doux Textiles to be distributed to several artists it collaborates with, such as quilters and fiber artists. Fil Doux Textiles has always been committed to keeping the planet healthy by reducing excess waste; Fil Doux For The Arts is the next step in completing the cycle for reuse of materials.
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About Fil Doux Textiles
Fil Doux Textiles produces timeless, luxurious upholstery and drapery fabrics for the hospitality design and contract furnishings industry. Beginning in Chile with a family-owned mill 80 years ago, today the business—operated by Leonardo Novik—controls two fully vertical mills in Chile and Brazil, allowing personalized customization and a superior lead time on its woven fabrics, sheers, Vinylife, leather, and digital textile prints. Fil Doux Textiles’ commitment to always embrace beauty has led the company to introduce game-changing new products to the market, including their eco-friendly Vinylife upholstery and Pro-Tech, a powerful ink and stain protectant. Fil Doux Textiles upholds significant environmental standards, using wind power, recycling dye water, and reusing fabric for packaging