The Khalique Cushion Collection

Created using unique luxury materials including woven leathers, embellished silk and sumptuous hand embroideries, Fameed Khalique has created the ultimate prêt-à-porter collection for the home. Diverse and striking, Khalique cushions celebrate key elements of the Fameed Khalique design ethos, incorporating high-quality materials and expert craftsmanship with unusual and specialist techniques to create timeless designs.

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A career in fashion and luxury leathers endowed Fameed Khalique with a feel for the exceptional. A skill he has turned into an internationally renowned company that specializes in exquisite materials for the interior design industry. Offering over 30 collections of unique surfaces materials and holding a library of 1000’s of samples, Fameed Khalique works collaboratively with designers on a custom basis, sourcing, developing and creating bespoke materials from handwoven raffia finishes, woven leathers and techniques that push the boundaries of embroidery.

The Khalique brand of luxury lifestyle products was born from a desire to showcase these incredible finishes. Incorporating techniques usually reserved for bespoke interiors or couture fashion, utilising them to create luxury lifestyle items. Designs include plisse nappa leather, silk woven with metallic leather on a handloom, hand-embroidered raffia and mother-of-pearl embellishment.

“Creating Khalique, our collection of luxury home and lifestyle objects, has allowed us to take the incredible materials we source, from hand loomed silk and leather to artisanal embroidery and work with our teams of exceptional craftsmen to produce a prêt-a-porter collection of cushions.”
– Fameed Khalique

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About Jess Mockler

Jess is a Marketing & Event professional who joined the BCFA as a Marketing Executive in 2019. Working closely with designers and BCFA members, Jess has published an array of content for the Commercial sector.
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