By Kaila Gantt, February 8th, 2013
By Kaila Gantt, February 7th, 2013
For her Spring/Summer 2013 collection, designer Isabella Fiore was inspired by the 1964 film, The Night of The Iguana. In addition to tropical patterns and playful designs, Fiore used laser-cutting to create bold, floral handbags reminiscent of Mexico’s unique cultural essence. A definite must have for Spring!
By Eva Medoff, May 27th, 2010
Fans of Anthropologie know that although their quirky fairy tale clothes possess a certain romance, its the French country chic home wares that often steal the show. The whimsical mega-store’s Rockefeller Plaza outpost is playing host to a Kunst, gallery exhibition of Dutch design, featuring furniture from up-and-coming designers Jetske de Groot, Tania Grace Knuckey, Valentin Loellmann and Charity Musoma van der Meer. Score an Alice and Wonderland side table, a mid-century styled chair or a distorted daybed bench (ranging from $298 to $4,800) at the limited-time gallery through July 12th.
By Eva Medoff, May 11th, 2010
Eley Kishimoto’s original capsule collection for Anthropologie was exclusively sold at London’s Regent Street store last year. Both parties soon decided, however, that that simply wasn’t enough. Now, they have expanded their collaboration with a spring line of bold, colorful prints, wide collars and baby doll dresses of a certain bohemian adult meets playground variety. Available now in select stores and on the Anthropologie site, we bring you the sketches behind the imaginative pieces to give you an inside look into the creative process.
By Eva Medoff, April 21st, 2010
The kind of girl who would wear Nathalie Lété’s new painted frocks for Anthropologie is the kind who could walk through the forest befriending squirrels and rabbits and sing along with nightingales. Regardless of whether you’re a Disney princess, however, you should be able to appreciate Lété’s designs, which would breathe fresh air into any room.
No stranger to Anthropologie, the French artist previously worked on bedding, dishware and drawer pulls before graduating to her current collection of four dresses and one skirt.