Geiger Textiles

Vivien Collection

A stack of five navy and light colored textiles from the Vivien Collection.

Designed by BassamFellows

Luxe textures inspired by the timeless glamour of Hollywood’s golden age

The flawless chic and understated glamour of 1940s Hollywood inspired these five elegant textiles. With textures that range from the refined velvet of Allusion to the soft chenille of Vionette, BassamFellows prove once again that foundational textiles need not be boring. The luxe feel of the Vivien Collection also integrates beautifully with other Geiger Textiles collections.

Vivien Collection product sheet

Patterns

A sample of the Allusion pattern from Geiger's Vivien textile collection, shown in a shade of dark blue.

Allusion

A 60-percent alpaca velvet with a dense, non-directional pile, Allusion features a special finish to help it wear beautifully. Based on a velvet originally produced by the same Italian mill more than 40 years ago, Allusion is a refined update in a versatile, sophisticated palette.

A sample of the Harlow pattern from Geiger's Vivien textile collection, shown in shades of blue and gray.

Harlow

The prominence of viscose and cotton tempers the dry hand common to most natural linens, giving Harlow a velvety texture and robust plushness that brings to mind raw silk. Its six neutral colorways were developed to work beautifully next to all Geiger woods, from Ash to Oak.

A sample of the Ingenue pattern from Geiger's Vivien textile collection, shown in shades of red.

Ingénue

A durable wool warp with a viscose/cotton chenille fill gives Ingénue the super soft matte texture of a true cotton flannel. Shades of color from the weft add subtle color flecks that give it a two-toned effect and a quiet, inviting look.

A sample of the Overture pattern from Geiger's Vivien textile collection, shown in a shade of gray.

Overture

An elegant basket weave with a prominent cotton feel, Overture bridges the gap between the chunky texture of Capri and a true double linen. The mix of yarns and double-beam construction creates a sandblasted pattern, which is available in a tight range of earthy neutrals.

A sample of the Vionette pattern from Geiger's Vivien textile collection, shown in shades of blue.

Vionette

BassamFellows achieved their desired texture for Vionette using a construction of polyester chenille yarns for both warp and weft. With a sensuous drape and a soft hand, this versatile fabric can be used for upholstered walls as well as upholstery, adding luxury to any environment.