Al Fresco Functional Fabrics announces new Wesley Mancini collection
December 15, 2016,
“I’m excited about working with great people and delving into a new market (for me). The outdoor market is primed to be tapped into with more variety of patterns and constructions. My association with Al Fresco Fabrics is a wonderful opportunity to expand my brand as well,” Mancini said.
Al Fresco Functional Fabrics are designed to add an element of culture and conversation to your home, or anywhere you live comfortably.
“We are very fortunate for the opportunity to work with such a talented designer as Wes, he has truly created an exceptional collection of fabrics that will offer something unique for every part of the marketplace," said Al Fresco Functional Fabrics President, Todd Nifong. "He is moving the design, color, feel and quality of our fabrics to a place that has never been offered in the world of functional fabrics, and we are looking forward to what our partnership has to offer for years to come."
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