Home & Garden Designer Prabal Gurung Launches His First Home Decor Line in Partnership With Etsy
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Nepalese-American fashion designer Prabal Gurung has been making a name for himself for more than a decade, creating pieces for the likes of Michelle Obama, Kate Middleton, and Vice PresidentFor his first step into the arena of home decor, Gurung has partnered with Esty for the Prabal Gurung Creator Collab. The collection is a thoughtfully designed collaboration between 11 Esty sellers from across the US, UK, and
Each piece in the collection is meant to add some extra flair to the everyday moments of life.“I thought about what I would want to see on my own dinner table when I’m making memories with family and friends,” Gurung says in a statement.“I wanted to create something that would be a part of those intimate moments."
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Image Source: Getty / Mike Coppola Asian American fashion designer and activist Prabal Gurung was born in Singapore, grew up in Nepal, and lived in India before starting his New York-based namesake brand 12 years ago "to show marginalized people that they are seen, and that they matter."While he's speaking up now, most recently penning an op-ed for CNN about the discrimination he's faced in the fashion industry, urging the rest of his peers to stand for change and inclusivity of all minorities, it's not the first time Gurung has stressed the importance of equality.
This delightful line of vibrant, pastel homeware pieces includes ombre-dyed pillows, porcelain glazed candle holders, and ceramic floral painted dining plates—all at a starting price of only $30. Shop our favorites below!
Ombre Lavender To Violet Velvet Pillow
Graffiti Rose Hand Painted Tableware with Gold Accent
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