3 Design Collaborations On Our Radar

(Photo courtesy of Crate & Barrel)
New York Fashion Week isn't the only event stirring things up for us this September. Three of our favorite big brands have paired up with design talents from around the globe to bring high-style pieces straight to your home.
(Photo courtesy of Crate & Barrel)
Crate & Barrel president Marta Calle tapped Italian architect and designer Paola Navone for a 150-plus item collection (the first of three) that includes tabletop, lighting, textiles, and more. A few of the highlights: chairs in a woven gray-and-white check, gauzy linen tablecloths in Lake Como-inspired hues, and pendant lights in attention-getting crimson. You can find them in stores now.

(Photo courtesy of Urban Outfitters)
The boho-chic stylings of Soup Home abound in Urban Outfitters's new dip-dyed lace pillows, chunky waffle-knit blankets, and duvets and quilts in saturated colors. The made-in-India collection hits stores on September 13.
(Photo courtesy of PBTeen)
And Emily & Meritt, the duo that launched fashion world favorite Current/Elliott, created a romantic, vintage-inspired line for Pottery Barn Teen that is sure to capture teenage girls' imaginations. With brass bunny lamps and unicorn-head wall sculptures, even whimsy-loving adults will find it hard to resist. Look out for it on September 18.
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