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Monique Lhuillier goes home with Pottery Barn—again
Aug 9, 2018
Katy B. Olson

Noted bridal and ready-to-wear designer Monique Lhuillier is teaming up with Pottery Barn again on her seasonal collection with the brand. Monique Lhuillier for Pottery Barn Fall 2018 Collection, which spans new tabletop, bedding, bath and decor offerings, debuts this week.

Monique Lhuillier for Pottery Barn; courtesy of Pottery Barn
Monique Lhuillier for Pottery Barn; courtesy Pottery Barn

The collection, says the multi-hyphenate designer, carries over the floral theme from this spring's line, but with a distinctive twist inspired by the upcoming fall season.

"My love of flowers and color is at the heart of all my collections. For Fall 2018, I was inspired by the rich purple and vibrant yellow blooms of the tiger orchid and how this sophisticated color combination could be used to create a new, elegant look for the changing season,” said Lhuillier. “Combining rich hues with plenty of texture as well as touches of tortoise-shell and metallics, we created products that will add the perfect amount of warmth and elegance that fall entertaining demands."

Among the offerings are the Orchid Dinner Plate and Tate Highball, which feature the collaboration's refreshed floral design, as well as single-hue botanicals in etched glassware and marble tabletop, the Isabella Crystal Chandelier, and the Isabella Floral Organic Bedding and Velvet Channel Quilt and Shams.

The partners originally teamed up over the holiday season in 2017, and have since debuted Holiday 2017, Spring 2018 and now Fall 2018 collections, with more in the pipeline. This season's offering makes available 50 SKUs.

Other collaborators with the home furnishings brand include Sarah Bartholomew, the House Beautiful Next Wave designer who recently debuted a line of entry decor; California designer Lily Ashwell; celebrity stylists Emily Current and Meritt Elliott; and Colonial House of Flowers with stylist Tristan Needham, who worked on a faux flower collaboration.

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