Esteemed vogue designer Christian Siriano – who has dressed Michelle Obama, Kamala Harris, and Zendaya (to title but a handful of) – has declared his bridge into the interior structure world this New York Fashion 7 days.
The Annapolis-born designer, who is a member of the Council of Manner Designers of America, is collaborating with luxury kitchen and rest room brand DXV – regarded for infusing magnificence and creativity into luxurious living.
Christian Siriano made a confined-version bathrobe and hand towel set that pays homage to ‘the opulence and glamor’ of the nostalgic 1920s – revealed through the intricate geometric stitching and the gold and white coloring. Inevitably, the pieces are set to dominate towel developments and serve as the must-have that every style enthusiast didn’t know they needed until eventually now.
Following the announcement, Christian Siriano’s designs wore the robes backstage at his New York Trend 7 days Drop-Wintertime 2023 demonstrate that took place on February 9th, and we’re previously searching at how to get our palms on these toilet necessities – that Christian describes as ‘wearable artwork.’
‘It has been this kind of a pleasure partnering with DXV, which I imagine emphasizes the a lot of parallels that can be drawn in between style and home style and design as cars for self-expression,’ Christian Siriano states.
‘Personalizing clothing and extras empowers persons to expose their genuine selves, which we also see enjoy out when people curate their living areas. As I was designing my very own area in Easton, DXV’s timeless Belshire lavatory assortment influenced me to explore the boundaries of residence and style to create deluxe, wearable artwork.’
The room in problem (and the catalyst guiding the assortment) is the bathroom in the designers’ 279-12 months-outdated property in Easton, Connecticut.
When building a spa toilet, Christian Siriano was struck by DXV’s ‘elegant’ pieces, with faceted edges, that rejoice the Art Deco motion from which they were being modeled. Drawing inspiration from this selection, the designer’s bathrobe, and hand towels boast a similar aesthetic synonymous with the 1920s.
‘Our partnership with Christian demonstrates the many similarities involving our seemingly disparate worlds of toilet and kitchen design and luxury style, adds Jean-Jacques L’Henaff, the chief of LIXIL World wide Design and style for the Americas.
‘We’re unbelievably amazed by Christian’s innate capability to capture and translate inside style concepts into beautiful toilet equipment. We can’t wait to showcase this unique selection at New York Fashion 7 days and rejoice the beauty of bridging two style and design worlds.’
If you happen to be as keen as us to carry these pieces into your rest room, you can uncover them in select DXV showrooms (opens in new tab) nationwide. DXV will also keep in-man or woman gatherings at leading markets where the towels and robes will be gifted to shoppers although supplies last.