One year ago, in the midst of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York, Diane von Furstenberg launched her DVF Home collection of textiles, bedding, and tabletop. The VIP lounge was decked out with her goods, which are sold through Bloomingdale’s and Neiman Marcus. This week, a new, lower-priced line, DVF Studio, debuted at Bed, Bath & Beyond. Scroll down for a sampling of her bold, mixed prints.
New DVF Studio bedding and bath products at Bed, Bath & Beyond:
Inspired by Diane von Furstenberg’s travels to Bali. 100 percent cotton duck ‘Native River’ print in green, yellow, white, and taupe reverses to 100 percent cotton sateen ‘Hearts of Palm’ print.
Balances retro glamor with contemporary graphic punch; pure DVF. 100 percent cotton duck ‘Chain Link’ print in navy, yellow, and white reverses to 100 percent cotton sateen ‘Shibori Flowers’ print.
Florida meets India in the colors of sea and saris. 100 percent cotton duck ‘Palm’ print in aquamarine and white reverses to 100 percent cotton sateen ‘Rhombus’ print.
‘Palm’ and ‘Summer Paisley’ sheet sets.
100% cotton sateen with a 250 thread count
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Various bath products from DVF Studio at Bed, Bath & Beyond:
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In case you missed them over the last year, Bloomingdale’s still stocks DVF Home bedding (and tabletop).
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Vintage DVF print duvets are available at DVF.com. I love these. The patterns are from the ’70s, and were resurrected last year in clothing and accessories. I just discovered these duvets. She’s actually introduced a another Vintage Collection for spring (dresses, pants, tops, jumpers, etc.), in a whole new crop of patterns from 1974.
More DVF decor: DVF-designed rooms at Claridge’s Hotel in London.
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Finally, for those of you who made it to the end, in DVF bedding, tabletop, and luggage happens to be on sale at One King’s Lane today! If you need an invite, email me at stylecarrot [at] gmail [dot] com.