Inspired by fall florals and stained glass, the designs are elevated yet practical.
Anna Sui is regarded as one of the top fashion designers, and her award-winning accolades rank her alongside some of the industry’s most impressive names—like Yves Saint Laurent, Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren, and Diane von Furstenberg—but her latest luxury collection won’t be found on a runway.
In honor of fall’s official return, Sui joined forces with Ruggable, the home decor brand creating extravagant—but practical—rugs and doormats, to design throw rugs and mats that bring the autumn colors in.
According to a press release shared with Parade, inspiration for the collection was pulled from Sui’s archived collections and current loves, such as florals and stained glass.
The assortment of 16 whimsical chenille rugs and six edgy doormats truly brings the cottagecore aesthetic to your home, incorporating exclusive, one-of-a-kind designs and patterns that Sui is renowned for.
Despite the elevated nature of the collection, the mix doesn’t compromise functionality for your everyday life. Each item is machine washable, durable, and low maintenance.
“At Ruggable, we’re dedicated to offering our customers elevated design and function at an accessible price, and our collaboration with Anna Sui has allowed us to do just that,” Ruggable founder and president Jeneva Bell shared in a statement with Parade.
Bell continued: “I’ve personally always been a fan of Anna’s whimsical yet elevated style, and I’m thrilled that the Ruggable x Anna Sui collection has allowed us to bring that joy into the home in a new way. We felt that her unique aesthetic aligned perfectly with Ruggable’s mission of celebrating imperfection and embracing both the messy and the neat in life. The home should be a place of happiness and comfort, and Anna’s designs combined with Ruggable’s washable technology and quality provide a sense of optimism and fun.”
The Anna Sui rugs and doormats collection is available exclusively through Ruggable, and prices range from $109 to $739, depending on the size and style of floor covering.
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