Utopia Goods is excited to announce a very special collaboration with SAVED New York.
Together, Utopia Goods and SAVED NY have produced two limited edition pure virgin Cashmere throws - soft, luxurious and very special.
Honouring old world craftsmanship and modern sensibility, SAVED NY is founded on a lifetime of collecting objects, textiles and ephemera from around the world. These two exclusive designs - Rock Wallaby and Youngiana prints are a homage to Australia’s wild, wonderful playground of flora and fauna and have been hand-crafted by SAVED NYC in fine, sustainably sourced Mongolian Cashmere.
Designed as lifetime keepsakes, these beautiful throws are intended to transform a room, give as a forever gift or momento, whilst at the same time honour the tradition of authentic ‘craftsmanship.
Both Utopia Goods and SAVED NY have great reverence for the traditions of the textiles trade and practice. This collaboration with SAVED NY combines Bruce Slorach’s riotous illustrations with Sean’s passion for design and the ability to create a quality product using sustainable materials and following fair trade practices.
The Rock Wallaby is one of Australia’s most beloved marsupials. The Wallaby Toile in Blue and White is a beautiful print paying homage to the tradition of the 18th century French “scene-setting” textiles.
The Youngiana (commonly known as the large-fruited Mallee) Print encapsulates the unusual ribbed ‘cap’ of the glorious eucalyptus tree and playfully transforms the plant into the stylistic winding branches. The Design appears to flow and grow.
This special collaboration was shot by Australian photographer Georgie Mann, under the gaze of Mount Abrupt (Mud-Dadjug) in Western Victoria, Australia. Part of Victoria’s Grampians National Park and world famous for its awe-inspiring mountain panoramas.