H&M Home’s New Collab Offers DVF’s Pattern-Forward Designs at a Fraction of the Cost
Creamsicle vibes, just in time for summer weather.
Published Apr 7, 2021 6:16 PM
Good news for anyone who eagerly awaits warmer weather to dust off their favorite Diane von Furstenberg dress: Now you can enjoy the designer’s cheery spring vibes all year long thanks to her collaboration with H&M Home. On April 16, 31 pieces, including glass vases, lacquered trays, patterned serveware, and wool blankets, will be available in stores and online, featuring the zippy prints DVF is best known for at prices that will ensure the rent gets paid next month.
“The home is a place where you can really own a look or feel,” said von Furstenberg in the announcement. “I want people to take charge of their decor. The only rule I have is that it should reflect who you are.”
The collection is full of wild patterns—from red and pink lips based on a portrait of the designer that Andy Warhol once made to her eponymous “Diane” scribble in black and white. Our must-have motif, however, steps away from her signature looks and jumps on a trend of the moment: swirly, Murano-style glassware.
The splattered effect originated in Venice, Italy, where skilled craftspeople to this day hand-blow the glass while colored pieces are still molten. The technique has been popping up everywhere lately, from Stories of Italy vases to West Elm drinkware, so this affordable, DVF-backed offering is sure to sell out quickly.
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