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wowza, zara. love the new home collection.
chloë sevigny introduces zara's brand new home and artisan collection and it's really eclectic and really, really good.
spain-based zara home has a brand new collection and in their latest campaign they’ve introduced it quite creatively with a highly cinematic & quirky campaign featuring actress and fashion icon, chloë sevigny, entitled the last line, a short film written and directed by fabien baron, which i recently discovered through the cut (and mentioned briefly in last week’s friday finds). i just had to share more.
”i like a lot of the lamps, honestly. they make really nice low lamps. and the ceramics that look like they’re from antiquity or something. there are also some glass plates that come in pink, which is my favorite color, and i was thinking about getting a set of those for the house. i love colored glass. and the wineglasses. i’m always struggling to find the right size wineglasses, and they have a very thin, delicate stem — just a nice shape that’s sort of unusual.”
i wanted to share more of zara home’s collection with you because not only are there a ton of great-looking products, but the styling and photography is super inspiring, too. it’s a pretty prolific collection — spanning everything from modern furniture pieces, to kitchen gadgets and beautiful glassware (i had to scoop some up!). and it lands in a very grey area, too — a unique mix with everything from a mid-century vintage modern vibe, to a bit of 1950’s kitsch and some simply elegant accessories and the eclectic blend works perfectly together. i think you’ll see what i mean. zara has also implemented monitoring programs to guarantee compliance with the social, environmental, and health, and safety standards of their garments and homewares. to evaluate their compliance, they’ve developed an auditing program and plans for continual improvement. a very important move on their part. for the full collection visit zara home, and read chloë’s interview here, on the cut.
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• photography courtesy of zara home.