RHYTHM, TACTILITY, EXPERIENCE AND EMOTION

CLOTH TONE consists of collaborators Larissa Beringer and Lindsay Lorraine. Based in the Okanagan, their current work incorporates a synergy of rhythm, tactility, experience and emotion. Their handwoven textiles reside in a space where weaving traditions coexist with ideas related to consumerism, sustainability, emotional well-being and contemporary cloth culture.

 
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SS19

Browse the Spring / Summer 2019 collection including Summer Cloth, Field Cloth, Cerulean Rugs, Swedish rag rugs and more…

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FW18

Browse the Fall / Winter 2018-19 collection of Merino Work, Mohair Work, and Linen & Cotton Work

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SS18

Browse the Spring / Summer 2018-19 collection of Linen Folds, Power Ponchos, Pillow Talk , Blankets and more…

Small-scale, local textile production.

We engage with textile practices that resonate with embodied experience. As both a resource to unique, hand woven textile production and a curatorial collective, Cloth Tone aims to support artists aligning with textile culture.

 
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Curatorial Projects

Cloth Tone engages in curatorial projects that gather artists and designers together under themes related to contemporary textiles, environmental ethics, sustainability, the body and our well-being. Cloth Tone actively flows between art, fashion and design and thrives in a space where ideas and influences openly cross borders.