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Putting on the Glitz

the collection is perfect for capturing recession busting glitz

Mixing old school Hollywood glamour with fashion bright hues and dramatic prints, ‘Putting on the Glitz’ is the glittering new fabric collection from Nono. Giving centre stage to glossy metallic effects, luscious silks, velvets and funky prints, the collection is perfect for capturing recession busting glitz, costing from just £25.00 per metre (RRP).

Headlining with luxurious Garbo velvets, Diva damasks, Boulevard silks and show-stopping Hepburn prints, the collection is a riot of exuberant brights, metallics and opulent textures. Evoking a spirit of simple glamour influenced by sensuous fabrics and reflective surfaces, the collection combines modern 60’s pattern with traditional damask effects and is given an extra wow factor by layers of glossy metallic foil effects.

Futuristic geometrics and bold stripes paired with damasks provide the edgy contrast of traditional and modern elements. With vivid mix and match brights, from vampish Ruby Red, Hot Pink, Amethyst, Liquorice and Damson to scintillating Emerald, Lapis, Jade and Citrine, Putting on the Glitz is perfect for layering different combinations of fabric to create a dramatic, extravagant look.

A complementary, bling-tastic wallpaper collection, ‘All that Glitters’ is also set to launch in August 2009. With metallic foil effects and vivid colourways, this collection brings the Nono sparkle to walls – ideal for creating a funky, high-impact scheme.

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