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Source: All Fashion All the Time
HOME AT LAST: Monique Lhuillier dresses all sorts of brides and now she will help decorate their homes too through a deal with Pottery Barn.
Through a multiseason collaboration, the designer will be serving up bedding, bath, tabletop, entertaining and decor products starting for the holidays and carrying through to next spring and beyond. It will debut in the chain’s stores and its site in October. The partnership builds on her Pottery Barn Kids collaboration. Both brands are part of the Williams-Sonoma portfolio. Pottery Barn currently has stores in the U.S., Canada and Australia and unaffiliated franchisees with outposts in Mexico, the Middle East and the Philippines.
Originally a bridal designer, Lhuillier has branched out into all sorts of categories and licenses during her more than 21 years in the fashion industry. The Pottery Barn items will include feminine references like rose gold accents, romantic prints and traditional embroidery. The Los Angeles resident has said on more than one occasion how much she enjoys spending time at home with her family. Lhuillier’s husband, Tom Bugbee, is also her business partner.
Lhuillier said, “Partnering with Pottery Barn to create a lifestyle collection couldn’t have been more natural or rewarding. They are experts in creating