With Lulu and Georgia’s Latest Collab, Our Staff Writer’s Wall-Art Needs Are Covered
It also includes perfectly imperfect pillows and table linens.
Published Feb 17, 2023 1:00 AM
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Our days are punctuated by scouting new talent, attending market appointments, and scrolling Instagram in an effort to unearth the products, people, and news you actually need to know about. Here’s what we Slacked one another about this week.
The Main Event: Hadiya Williams’s Collaboration With Lulu and Georgia
Bold asymmetrical prints, textural materials, and African diasporic inspiration make up the winning trifecta in this new collaboration between Washington, D.C.–based artist-designer Hadiya Williams and retailer Lulu and Georgia. The collection includes graphic linen napkins, hemp throw pillows, clay wall hangings, and textile art—all in a rich, earthy palette of brown, ivory, rust, and black. Each piece holds timeless cultural appeal and individuality. —Kenya Foy, staff writer
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New Shop on the Block: Baggu Opened Its SoHo Flagship
Browsing Baggu’s site is always a good time, but walking into its brick-and-mortar, being fully immersed in all its patterned bag glory, just hits a different chord. The opening of its flagship in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood marks the brand’s third location, designed by architecture design firm Haddock Studio. We’re crushing on the angled cork wallet displays and wavy railings.
The Good Cause: Saved NY Will Donate 100% of This Blanket’s Proceeds to Relief for Turkey
Devastating doesn’t begin to describe the recent events in Syria and Turkey, and Saved NY is doing all it can to help, starting with donating 100% of proceeds from its cashmere Shahmaran throw; it depicts Turkey’s cultural treasure “the queen of the serpents.” Saved will continue to donate proceeds from the blanket for the rest of the year. If you’re looking for more ways to help, check out World Central Kitchen, Ahbap, Basmeh and Zeitooneh, Turkish Philanthropy Funds, and Needs Map.
The Party Flex: Crow Canyon’s Splatterware Now Comes in Table Linen Form
If you go crazy for Splatterware, buckle up. Enamelware brand Crow Canyon just launched napkins and kitchen towels in the same Pollock-esque pattern. Made of 100% cotton, a set of four napkins is only $36. Now you can set your table in splatter head to toe.
The Interiors Inspo: Sage + Sound’s Facial Suite Graced Us With Its Beauty
At new New York City wellness retreat Sage + Sound, the facial suite alone rivals many a studio apartment. Designed by Nicholas Obeid, the two-chamber room starts off with a color-blocked banquette in soothing neutral tones; then it’s off to the treatment area, where Josie Bisetti, lead aesthetician, chisels your cheekbones. Admire them in the anteroom’s chic wavy mirror.