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Brintons Private Event at Border Grill

29th May 2015

Brintons paired up with Wolf-Gordon  to host a private VIP luncheon at Border Grill during the HD Expo 2015 in Las Vegas, NV. 

Brintons were excited to showcase our latest collaborations with designers Virginia Langley and Stacy Garcia.

Urban Nomad, Stacy Garcia's seventh collection with Brintons, debuted this May at the Brintons + Wolf Gordon VIP luncheon at Border Grill. 

Inspired by the distinctive aesthetic of Nouveau Boho, Urban Nomad is a collective gathering of culturally inspired designs containing influences from around the globe. The collection highlights an exciting and authentic blend of organic paisleys, ornamental medallions, and henna inspired motifs.

Pictured to the left: Urban Nomad display at Border Grill 

Featuring an effect reminiscent of a kaleidoscope, layers of clashing colors adorn the free flowing displays contained in each design. Free of regard and conventional rules, Urban Nomad tests the boundaries of traditional practices to present a bold alternative collection.

Pictured to the right: Brintons team alongside Stacy Garcia's team

Ciranda, Virginia Langley's third collection with Brintons, launched in April of this year.

Virginia Langley's third collection with Brintons brings music & dance to carpet design. The Ciranda, a traditional Brazilian dance comprised of vivacious & hypnotic movements, creates an inviting environment of harmony & grace.

 Pictured to the left: Ciranda installation at Border Grill

Brought to life in a variety of detailed layers, The Ciranda collection is a contemporary abstract interpretation based on the thriving trends of simplistic textural styling. These textures blend  with silhouettes of organic, industrial, & technologically inspired shapes, giving a dynamic combination of modern & sophisticated elements.

Pictured to the right: Brintons Latin America Representative with Virginia Langley 

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