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Parà Tempotest Announces New Outdoor/Indoor Fabric Collection

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Parà S.p.a is pleased to announce a new collection of its outdoor/indoor performance fabric, Tempotest. The new collection, named Bel Mondo (Italian for beautiful world) is a collaboration between noted outdoor fabric designers Karen Williams and Brenda Sewell-Bost of the design firm D2, and Filippo Uecher, creator of the Maria Flora line of performance fabrics.

The collection, woven in Biella, Italy, has elements of Italian flair with an American eye toward color. A mix of stylish graphics and colorful multi-layered patterns coupled with bold, vibrant textures are featured in a color palette inspired by the beauty found in nature’s simple elements; sun drenched hues, lush grasslands, cool waters and rich earth tones provide perfect combinations of color with no boundaries.

Bel Mondo is woven from solution-dyed acrylic yarns and features an industry best six-year warranty and Teflon for the ultimate in water and stain resistance.

Bel Mondo will be featured at Parà’s booth 1-611 at the December edition of Showtime in High Point, North Carolina, from December 3 to 6.

It will be stocked by Tempotest USA in Carrollton, Texas, and available in cut yardage and full rolls.

www.tempotestusa.com

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