The newest fabric collection from Zak + Fox is called “Haz” after the Turkish word for enchantment, and after one look at the new textiles, it is clear that this was the right name. Inspired by the rich history of Istanbul and the Ottoman Empire, the collection evokes the old-meets-new attitude that the city itself embodies so well. From a soft ombre that recalls the dance of the Whirling Dervishes to modern updates on traditional Middle Eastern motifs, prepare to be mesmerized by Haz.
'Pom' is a small-scale print that revels in its simplicity. Its dancing pomegranate motif was discovered on a century-old carpet, though its real beauty rests in its minimalistic form. Pom is Zak+Fox’s first print to ever feature a border, which runs on both sides down the length of the fabric, making it an ideal match for drapery.
‘Khotan’ adopts its name from the style of rug that inspired it, creating a stunning rendition that exemplifies the look, and spirit, of an exquisite antique rug.
‘Selam’ is a romanticized rendition of the spinning dance of Whirling Dervishes - a translation of texture and color that gently sways from left to right. Selam in Byzantine.
From L-R: Pom, Khotan and 'Damatalik' in Rhubia
Selam pattern Mulberry and Ink.