Mia + Finn shakes it up


Brooklyn, N.Y. – Mia + Finn is making a bit of a departure from the norm this week at NY Now.

Its new Lennox duvet cover is hand-printed using screens – rather than the block printing that has characterized the brand. Like all Mia + Finn bedding, the new look is done on 300-count percale.

“Block is good for very small quantifies and low minimums,” said Caroline Defrance, designer. “But we really liked the screen print, so we decided to go ahead.”

Another twist on convention will be the new Summer coverlet with matching shams. Made of three layers of cotton voile fabric, only the middle layer is printed – showing through as a translucent pattern through white top and bottom pieces. “The fabric is very soft and it’s all very airy,” she said.

Mia + Finn is also pushing deeper into table linens with the introduction of Ayla in two colors: poppy red and bummer blue. And the company will show tea towels for the first time. Offered as three-pack featuring the : Ayla, Andrew, Azeline patterns in poppy red, the all-cotton towels carry a suggested retail of $45.

NY NowThree layers of voile, the center piece a print, give mia + finn's new orla coverlet a gauzy translucence.

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