Lulu de Kwiatkowski launched her Lulu DK line fourteen years ago, but her creativity continues to flourish. The California-based mother of three boys leaves us agog of her energy level, not to mention her figure, with new collections arriving almost simultaneously earlier this summer at both Donghia and F. Schumacher. Of the two concurrent windows in the lobby of the DDB, she said: "I waited years to get a window at the D&D, and now I have two at once!"
Today we're sharing her new Eden collection, which consists of eleven designs. Six are original hand-drawings the New York-raised, California-based artist made especially for fabric, three are outdoor wovens and two are solid linens. They're all now available through Donghia at the DCH (Suite 1000), DCOTA (Suite C250), PDC (Suite G196), and DDB (Suite 700).
Rainbow speaks to the wide color range of the line:
Ivy is a terrific small-scale design:
A fresher take on neutrals? Try one of the metallics:
Harlow is one of three outdoor fabrics. Lulu claimed they felt like cashmere, and she's right - you have to feel for yourself:
Breeze and Paris are two of the linens which stand apart for their lovely colorations which reflect their painterly beginnings:
And, for a bolder choice, try one of the designs in a moodier colors. We're loving the