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Luna Textiles, based in San Francisco, was founded in 1994 with a vision to introduce a new style to commercial interiors with its distinctive portfolio of patterned textiles, designed for the corporate, hospitality and healthcare markets. An important innovator and contributor in the North American textile industry, the company will expand and strengthen Camira’s presence in the market, with a diverse product portfolio complementing Camira’s current offering of upholstery and panel fabrics.
The company’s brand legacy comes from its founder, Anna Hernandez, who established the company as an industry leader in the commercial textile field through her creative design portfolio and company credentials, but also memorable marketing techniques which have led to several prestigious industry awards.
Grant Russell, Camira Chief Executive commented, “We are both proud and excited to continue the legacy of Anna Hernandez and Luna. We believe there is a strong synergy of values and and sustainability initiatives between Camira and Luna and are very much looking forward to making Luna part of the Camira family.
Luna Textiles will remain as an independent brand and will continue to sell its products through its network of sales representatives. The enhanced product portfolio combined with our operational strength and industry relations, will open up new opportunities for us and our customers – and at the same time continue the identity and passion Anna established within Luna.
Michael Vanderbyl, designer and co-founder of Luna, commented: “Although a very emotional decision, we believe the presence of Luna as part of the Camira Group will continue to profile everything Anna built and embrace the legacy she created. We look forward to seeing Anna’s vision and ethos develop with Camira.”
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