ANTHROPOLOGIE X LEMLEM: EASY BREEZY STRIPED ACCESSORIES AS SOFT AS CAN BE

by Marisa Marcantonio


Anthropologie's latest home collab features the signature stripes of lemlem, the fashion brand started by Ethiopian model, Liya Kebede. Since 2007, her company has supported the native weaving craft of her home country, turning out striped tunic dresses and more. For this collection she debuts 15 home accessories, including hand-woven pillows to napkins, all made from a super soft cotton acrylic blend in brightly woven hues. Ahead, her fresh take on stripes.

Photos courtesy of Anthropologie

Photos courtesy of Anthropologie

The Bara duvet in a mixed alternating stripe of thick and thin bands of color

My favorite piece of the collection- the Maleda shower curtain, It's nautical in a new way. If you go rent in the summer, changing out the shower curtain is a great way to bring some color into your new surroundings.

The cotton poly blend of the generously sized striped Maleda towels makes them a great beach towel or a good addition to your summer rental

Just like a Fouta Towel with a fringe edge, the Makeda napkins have an array of alternating stripes in red, blue, green and pink.