- Robyn Turk |
Pottery Barn has unveiled a collection of textiles inspired by ready-to-wear. The home furnishings brand has employed fashion designers Emily Current and Meritt Elliott to design a line of mix-and-match textiles inspired by their own ready-to-wear collection.
The LA-based fashion design duo launched the ready-to-wear business, The Great, in 2015. The womenswear line is comprised of multiple categories including denim, dresses, knitwear and T-shirts each with a feminine and timeless sensibility.
The duo's collection for Pottery Barn carries the same overall aesthetic as their ready-to-wear line. The collection includes bedding, cushions, rugs, curtains and beach towels. The items are designed in washed garment-dyed fabrics in fall color palettes and stylish prints.
“Emily and Meritt have a playful yet chic aesthetic that translates beautifully into approachable designs for the home,” Monica Bhargava, Pottery Barn's EVP of product development and design, said in a statement. “This collection of garment-dyed textiles evokes a sense of comfort and self-expression and allows the Pottery Barn customer to add cozy layers to their space just in time for fall.”
The collection retails on Pottery Barn's e-commerce site and in select stores and is priced between 29 and 323 dollars.