Lee Jofa can trace its history back to the early 19th century. Two centuries of textile expertise has resulted in some of the most luxurious interior decoration fabrics. Lee Jofa partnered with Johnson and Faulkner (shortened to Jofa fabric) and imported fine decorative fabrics to the US including many famous designs that remain with the company today. With its acquisition in 1965 by Arthur H Lee & Sons, famous for ground breaking weaving techniques, an alliance was formed producing fabrics considered to be some of the most luxurious in the world.
The world renowned partnerships continue to this day. Lee Jofa’s Oscar de la Renta’s III Collection presents a colourful sense of modern elegance and a nod to fashion, Lee Jofa’s third collection from Oscar de la Renta reflects an eclectic sensibility and the essence of Mr de la Renta’s style: always distinctive and exceptionally chic. The collection pays homage to Mr de la Renta’s incredible flair for mixing styles, creating an exclusive collection of sophisticated and timeless fabrics and wallcoverings.
Lee Jofa’s Lilly Pulitzer II collection is a sparkling follow-up to the successful first collaboration with this iconic resort fashion brand. Dazzling prints, wonderfully textured weaves and gorgeous wallpapers in complementary colours create a fantastically round collection full of the bohemian spirit that is uniquely Lilly. The designs brim with sun-drenched joy reflected in the hand-drawn artwork of the Palm Beach-chic motifs including a striking Chinoiserie-style pattern. Signature Lilly hues make a splash with pops of pool blue, clementine, hot pink and palm green colourways.
In her second collaboration with Lee Jofa Groundworks, Kelly Wearstler has created a vibrant and inspiring fabric collection that combines her love for natural materials, graphic patterns and unique colors. The collection features organic and textural designs that are quietly elegant, as well as the bold prints that have become a Kelly Wearstler signature.
In her third collection with Lee Jofa Groundworks, Kelly Wearstler presents a distinctly modern ode to the beauty of graphic and organic elements. Natural luxuries and architectural forms come to life in instinctual compositions of line, colour and space in coordinating wallcoverings and fabrics. These simple fluid curves and clean geometric lines provide a genuine spirit of originality and refinement. Subtle with neutral, muted colourways and fine-scale details, and bold with large-scale silhouettes and hints of metallic, Kelly Wearstler’s III collection brings a distinguished voice and rich dimension to every environment.
Lee Jofa’s latest collection, Westport, encapsulates an understated yet seriously sophisticated lifestyle. Inspired by an eclectic mix of design references, ranging from 19th century Persian tile work to 20th century Art Deco textiles, these exclusive prints, weaves and trimmings were conceived to work beautifully together in the same laid-back, luxurious approach. The collection’s palette is comprised of fresh, pretty colors featuring watery blues, blossoming pinks, woodsy greens and sandy neutrals.
The second Lee Jofa Lodge Collection presents the story of picturesque fabrics that resonate the comfort and atmosphere of a woodland, mountain or lakefront cottage with fine prints, weaves and embroideries. The distinctive patterns are re-colored with several new patterns introduced to add a modern, eclectic spirit to the assortment.