Pottery Barn creating new fashion designer lifestyle brand

Monique Lhuillier home furnishings collection to debut for holiday 2017

San Francisco – Pottery Barn will unveil the first in a series of seasonal collections with designer Monique Lhuillier this fall.

The inaugural collection co-developed by Lhuillier – a bridal, ready-to-wear and accessories designer – will debut for holiday 2017. It will encompass bedding, bath, tabletop, entertaining and décor.

PB Monique Lhuillier VERTDesigner Monique Lhuillier, left, with Pottery Barn evp of product development and design Monica Bhargava Business Wire

Lhuillier previously collaborated with Pottery Barn Kids. Her adult merchandise will cross Pottery Barn’s key wedding registry categories, the retailer noted.

"Monique Lhuillier brings an elegant, romantic sensibility to Pottery Barn and we're excited to partner with her to create beautifully refined collections," said Monica Bhargava, executive vp of product development and design, Pottery Barn.

The Monique Lhuillier for Pottery Barn collection will be available in October at select Pottery Barn stores and online. The second collection will launch in spring 2018.

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