Legend has it that the Buddha attained enlightenment or nirvana while meditating under a sacred fig tree, known as the bodhi or bo tree.
The exotic Illumination Collection returns to is roots with Isan, named after the rural northeastern countryside home of Thailand’s finest weavers.
When Siamese diplomats headed by a Thai named Kosa Pan visited the court of Louis the XIV at Versailles the impression they made was stellar.
This fabric draws its name and design from the mural paintings found at Ayutthaya, the former capital of Siam.
This signature fabric of the collection combines the beauty of a hand woven silk ground with an embroidered Chinese inspired peony pattern.