Designed in Italy, Lance Wovens' luxurious hand-woven napa leather pillows come in an astonishing array of sumptuous shades and patterns, such as sprightly plaids, stripes and solids. Complementary totes, and iPad and laptop cases round out the selection for the sartorially inclined set.
Isle of Style
Inspired by his native Dominican Republic, Oscar de la Renta debuts the abundantly chic Island Gift and Entertaining Collection in collaboration with Miles Redd. Decked out in a crisp coastal palette, the collection includes everything from dip-dyed lacquer trays to silver-plate coral wine stoppers. Delicate brushstrokes and graphic ikat dots adorn hand-painted plates, while fashionable frames boast fabrics culled from the ready to- wear collections.
Lush, decadent blooms embody spring-fresh appeal in the hydrangea and orchid bouquet from Diane James. A lattice lantern-inspired vase encases the richly hued blossoms, adding to the rustic aesthetic ($550).
Tabletop purveyor Sieger has partnered with Kupferoth Interiors for its first foray into rugs, characterized by vibrantly modern designs and traditional craftsmanship. New Zealand wool and silk rugs from Nepal and Egyptian made kilims comprise the exuberant collection, translated from Sieger's print archives.
Annie Selke of Pine Cone Hill and Dash & Albert debuts the Fresh American Collection, an effervescent assortment of indoor/outdoor pillows and poufs. Selke's signature use of bright colors brings excitement to the collection, charmingly juxtaposed with florals and stripes as well as chevron and nautical prints.
From Hillary Thomas, a dazzling display of finials dresses up lamps with the decorative flair of statement jewelry. Crafted from semi-precious stones, metal and acrylic, the collection references African art, Asian design and organic modernism in candy-bright hues.
Chilewich's new Brush Dot Collection boasts large-scale abstract dots, whose edges have been designed to appear hand-brushed. Intended for both indoor and outdoor use, the bold geometric placemats are silk screened by hand in the United States and come in Blush, Green Apple, Pool and Black ($17 each).
Artek celebrates the 80th anniversary of the iconic three-legged Stool 60, designed by company cofounder Alvar Aalto. The simple, stackable stool, crafted from birch and lacquer, reveals a Special Edition design topped up in fun, unexpected color combinations.