Contract Magazine features Carnegie's Couture collection.



A new collection of metallic patterns, Xorel Gilded Couture is a modern twist on high-end fashion and luxurious French styles of the late 18th century.

"Fashion has always been a source of inspiration for me: Haute couture is art—textile art," says Heather Bush, executive vice president of creative at Carnegie. To add a metallic effect, the team developed a new process using heat and pressure to gild textiles with thin layers of gold, silver, copper, and rose gold.


Antoinette features a subtle basketweave effect.



Brigitte appears perforated and pixelated.



Coco displays a regular dot matrix.



Moire Stripe adds depth to a simple band of foil.



Colette is scalloped and wavy.


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Gilded Couture