A panel discussion led by Leta Foster with Joan Carl and Brian Coleman.
In the 1920s luxury linen company D. Porthault produced the first sheets in the world with printed designs. Enjoy an illustrated lecture to see how D. Porthault continues to transform rooms today with their unique blend of style, elegance, and romance.
Book signing and reception to follow.
Joan Carl is dedicated to expanding the D. Porthault’s legendary history of luxury, quality, and design. She is the owner of of the renowned linen company, and was awarded one of France’s most prestigious honors, the Chevalier de la Légion d’honneur, in part for her work in restoring the house of D. Porthault.
Leta Austin Foster is a well-known and highly respected decorator with offices in Palm Beach and New York. She was recently awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts by the New York School of Interior Design.
Brian Coleman is the author of twenty books including”Scalamandre”, and “Fortuny” among others and most recently “D.Porthault: The Art of Luxury Linens
Tickets: $10 | No charge for Four Arts Members
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