Get the First Look at Anthropologie's Newest Collaboration

Peter Dolkas


Ever lust after worldly homes and their collection of one-of-a-kind treasures only epic travelers could collect? That look can be yours, without even stamping your passport, by shopping Anthropologie's latest collaboration. The retailer teamed up with Jamie Rosenthal, the founder of Lost & Found, to collect handmade home wares from Asia, Egypt, Tunisia, and West Africa. The thirty-piece collection is a love affair with indigo and it includes macramé hanging planters, wheel-thrown ceramics, and dyed coverlets. Shop it online starting July 3rd, and prepare yourself for prices ranging from $18 to $998.


Striped Jute Tablecloth, $298


Triangle Motif Coverlet, $328


Hanging Macramé Planter, $998


Striped Gingham Throw, $488


Embroidered Jute Placemat, $32

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