Zara, the fast-fashion giant, is known for always being on trend. And as we wrap up another Milan Design Week, that sentiment has never been truer. The company has joined forces with utilitarian luxury brand Kassl Editions, and the two European firms launched a home goods collection at this year’s Salone that embodies of-the-moment interiors. Picture abstract-shaped hanging mirrors and color-blocked storage drawers that are as useful as they are cool to look at. Even better? You can officially shop the line on Zara.com.
The high-low collaboration (items range from $10 to $600) expands the comfort zone of both brands. While Kassl is very familiar with cozy seating (the Pillow Sofa is a best-seller), the process of designing lighting and rugs was a first-time endeavor. The launch also gave Zara the chance to explore multiuse furniture. (Psst: The modular tables can be used for seating as well.)
Full of graphic, blob-shaped patterns, the interiors portion of the drop is minimalist in form yet statement making in color. In other words, it’s the perfect compromise for those not adhering to a singular decor style. The furniture is also made to be cohesive with the new ready-to-wear collection, because who wouldn’t want a trenchcoat that matches their burgundy dresser? Yes, please!