Originally hand-woven and most often made in silk, damasks have had a long-standing status as a luxury fabric. They were first produced over a thousand years ago, became popular during the Renaissance, and have remained so. This beautiful history repeats itself in the new style, Madrid. Designed to reflect a vintage modern aesthetic, this elegant palette will find itself at home in modern and traditional settings alike.
Avilla, Basilica, Buen Retiro, Cable Car, Café Monastery, Campo Del Moro, Cathedral, Cordoba, Fashion Week, Flamenco, Gazpacho, Madrid Rio, Olive Leaf, Paella, Pedraza, Plaza Mayor, Porto, Prado, Puerta Del Sol, Reina Sofia, Retiro Park, Royal Palace, Salamanca, San Nicolas, Santa Cruz, Santiago, Sol, Tappas, Teatro Real, Temple Debod, Toledo, World Cup