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Events

  • Corcoran College of Art + Design: Textile Design Lecture & Presentation, May 2012
  • Corcoran College of Art + Design: Textile Design Lecture & Presentation, May 2011
  • ID Collection, Houston: June 10, 2010
  • ID Collection, Dallas: June 8, 2010
  • John Rosselli & Associates, NY: May 11-12, 2010
  • Travis & Company, Atlanta: May 6-7, 2010
  • J. Lambeth & Company, DC: March 10, 2010
  • Washington Ballet, DC: October 16, 2008
  • John Rosselli & Associates, NY: October 15, 2008

ID Collection 

   

Camilla David Presenting Her CDT Coordinates
Collection
at ID Collection in Dallas

Camilla David Presenting Her CDT Coordinates
Collection
at ID Collection in Dallas


Camilla David presented her CDT Coordinates Collection and Belle Fleur Collection to interior designers at the ID Collection showroom in Houston on June 10, 2010 and in Dallas on June 8, 2010. Many local interior designers showed interest in the Camilla David Textiles line and offered positive feedback while interacting with Camilla David at the luncheon which followed both presentations.

   

John Rosselli & Associates

Camilla David Presenting Her Collections


Camilla David  presented her CDT Coordinates Collection and Belle Fleur Collection in New York to a group of interior designers in attendance at John  Rosselli & Associates on May 11 and May 12 of 2010.


Travis & Company

Tina Griffitts and Camilla David
On May 6 and May 7 of 2010, Camilla David presented her Belle Fleur Collection and CDT Coordinates Collection at Travis & Company in Atlanta.  The response from interior designers in attendance was positive and several bloggers, including Tina Griffitts from The Designer Insider, also interacted with Camilla David.

J. Lambeth & Company

Barry Dixon and Camilla David

Camilla David Presenting Her
CDT Coordinates Collection

On March 10, 2010, Camilla David Textiles launched the CDT Coordinates Collection at J. Lambeth & Company in Washington, DC. Camilla David presented her inaugural Belle Fleur Collection to interior designers in attendance, and the response was very enthusiastic. Internationally renowned designer Barry Dixon was also in attendance and he praised David's collection.

John Rosselli and Associates


Orli Ben-Dor, Senior Editor,
House Beautiful, and Camilla David

John Rosselli and Camilla David


On October 15, at Fall Market 2008, John Rosselli & Associates introduced Camilla David Textiles’ Belle Fleur Collection at the D&D Building in New York City. Described as “a unique and beautifully colored collection of embroidered linens and cottons,” the addition of the Camilla David fabric line serves to broaden the fabric collection of exceptional artists represented by John Rosselli and Associates.

“We have the most marvelous artisanal textiles in all our showrooms,” notes John Rosselli. “They typify my own tastes and style, and they’re a perfect complement to all the splendid furnishings and lighting we offer. Our fabric partners have been chosen for their strong aesthetics; each atelier is run by an individual with tremendous taste, sensibilities and style.”


The Washington Ballet


Washington Ballet dancers at Bloomingdale's

Washington Ballet dancers with
Artistic Director, Septime Weber

Camilla David is especially proud to have designed a signature scarf for the Washington Ballet since this is the school where she herself studied dance at an early age.  This scarf was the inspiration for the opening segment of the Ballet’s Women’s Committee fall fashion show/fundraiser at Bloomingdale’s on October 16th, 2008.  As ten young aspiring ballerinas danced to upbeat music, they showcased the scarf in a choreographed segment full of dash and spirit.

The Washington Ballet scarf is a 36” square design on 100% silk.  This original drawing combines large, brightly colored flowers in outline, and when looked at from an aerial perspective, some flowers turn into dancing ballerinas with flouncing tutus.

The scarf may be purchased from the Washington Ballet with funds going directly to the organization.