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Most playful were tiles, towels, bedding and even clothes from Agatha Ruiz de Prada, with lots of emphasis on the pink-orange and rainbow juxtapositions.

Most playful were tiles, towels, bedding and even clothes from Agatha Ruiz de Prada, with lots of emphasis on the pink-orange and rainbow juxtapositions.

Speaking of colorblocking, that’s just what designer Azrouel calls this eyecatching outfit from the spring runway.

Speaking of colorblocking, that’s just what designer Azrouel calls this eyecatching outfit from the spring runway.

Corian’s extensive exhibit was all about color combinations. Designer Rabih Hage explained his motivation as “treating the off-cuts and discarded planks …as noble material re-used in luxurious furniture pieces.” This green/yellow/taupe/white combination was spotted elsewhere at the Milan furniture fair.

Corian’s extensive exhibit was all about color combinations. Designer Rabih Hage explained his motivation as “treating the off-cuts and discarded planks …as noble material re-used in luxurious furniture pieces.” This green/yellow/taupe/white combination was spotted elsewhere at the Milan furniture fair.

Peter Haley, Director of Graduate Studies Painting and Printmaking at Yale, designed a colorblock rug, “Prisons” that mixes intense and soft colors.

Peter Haley, Director of Graduate Studies Painting and Printmaking at Yale, designed a colorblock rug, “Prisons” that mixes intense and soft colors.

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