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4 Brands Our Editors Always Shop (Plus a Domino Collab!) Are Now for Sale in One Place

Best craft fair ever.
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For the third year in a row, fashion brand Loeffler Randall is launching its annual Craft Fair, a collection of items from small businesses that cofounder Jessie Randall curates for the holidays. Lucky for us, she gave Domino an exclusive sneak peek at the brands she’ll be featuring in 2020, and we noticed something pretty wild: Almost every item in the lineup is a certified Domino favorite. 

Dried bouquet
Courtesy of Loeffler Randall

Randall says she spends all year looking for special things to sell. “I always have my eye out,” she says. “For example, this year features the amazing Oat Cinnamon, which recently did the florals for our showroom.” 

Also on the roster: Pomelo Casa ceramics (remember our collection with the company?); Lewis Home pouches; Recreation Center hooks (its tile collab in March was equally next level); Maison des Vacances gingham napkins; seed bead necklaces from the Loeffler Randall design team; and even masks handmade with Liberty print fabrics by Randall herself, tied up in a Studio Carta bow. ($10 of every mask set purchase will go to God’s Love We Deliver.)

Wrapped gifts
Courtesy of Loeffler Randall

Starting today, the virtual craft fair is live, and to top it all off, every order comes with three sheets of a custom Pomelo Casa–designed gift wrap. Which means our holiday shopping starts right…now!

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Julie Vadnal

Deputy Editor

Julie Vadnal is the deputy editor of Domino. She edits and writes stories about shopping for new and vintage furniture, covers new products (and the tastemakers who love them), and tours the homes of cool creatives. She lives in Brooklyn.