Sina Pearson’s Colores de Mexico collection of outdoor upholstery fabrics takes a modern spin on the colors and textures of Mexican textiles, and is available in 23 interchangeable colorways and five complementary styles (three stripes, a floral, and a solid). Poncho is the most basic stripe; Serape offers more complex alterations of broad and narrow bands; Rebozo is the most colorful, with skinny stripes and dashes; Flora has an abstract floral motif in a jacquard weave; and Tela Solar is a coordinating solid. All are woven from Sunbrella solution-dyed acrylic fibers—which provide protection from the elements, chlorine, stains, mildew, and sunscreen—and are suited for hospitality and public spaces.