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Originally appeared in Jack Lenor Larsen's Greatest Hits
on September 19, 2013

“Originally, Remoulade was a hand-weave, and it was expensive but popular,” says Larsen. “We had a mill man who was clever enough to do it slowly on a power loom, and we did it in three colorways.” Remoulade was featured on pillows for the winter palette in Alexander Girard’s interior design for the 1953 J. Irwin Miller House in Columbus, Indiana; for the summer scheme, Girard used Mexican cotton plaid and Thai silk Larsen fabrics.

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