Dagger Stripe fabric by Drusus Tabor for Schumacher channels the rhythmic geometric forms of Brancusi sculptures.

William Abranowicz

See the Latest Product Launches Our Editors Are Loving

These brand-new collections are oh-so covetable.

November 30, 2023

From chic-and-cozy sleepwear by one of our favorite British decorating duos to whimsical tabletop goods that will instantly elevate any seasonal celebration, this season’s latest and greatest launches in the world of design have us completely enchanted. Find out what the FREDERIC editorial team is coveting right now—and get ready to add a few items to your own personal wish lists!

William Abranowicz

Drusus Tabor for Schumacher

“I’m so excited about the new Drusus Tabor collection by textile artist Chip Dort for Schumacher! It’s chic and sophisticated and thoroughly livable.” – Dara Caponigro, Editor in Chief

See More: schumacher.com

  • Courtesy of Salvesen Graham
  • Courtesy of Salvesen Graham

Salvesen Graham for Yolke

“British interior design firm Salvesen Graham is known for their romantic, yet playful fabrics and wallpapers. Now, they’ve collaborated with sleepwear brand Yolke on a holiday collection—think bedding, pajamas, robes and accessories like eye masks-in one of their signature charming prints just in time for the holidays.” – Eugenia Santiesteban Soto, Design & Decoration Director

See More: salvesengraham.com

Echoe Mirrors by Marcela Cure for Mode Operandi

“Colombian artist and interior designer, Marcela Cure, gives the phrase ‘Fun House Mirrors’ new meaning. Her collection of resin and stone composite mirrors are hand-sculpted, hand-cast, and hand-painted. The oversized awning stripes combined with the organic silhouettes create the ultimate statement piece.” – Tori Mellott, Style Director

See More: modaoperandi.com

Ribbon Collection by Adam Charlap Hyman for Sprezz NYC

“I’m obsessed with Johann Christoph Volkamer‘s early 18th-century illustrations of fruits embellished with floating ribbons, so when I first saw the ribbon-patterned wallpaper that Adam Charlap Hyman and his mother, artist Pilar Almon, created for Schumacher this past spring, I fell totally in love. Now they’re reimagining the motif as a collection of exquisite plates with tabletop brand Sprezz, and I couldn’t be more head over heels! They feel perfect for holiday celebrations but I’d just as soon use them every day of the year.” –Emma Bazilian, Content Director

SEE MORE: sprezznyc.com

Courtesy of Ffern

Julius Roberts for Ffern

“I love perfume—it might be my favorite accessory. And, it’s the first thing I notice about another person. The new Autumn scent from Ffern is perfect: natural and unique and captivating. It’s sustainable packaging is another selling factor! Win, win, win!” – Hudson Moore, Senior Design Editor

See More: ffern.co

  • Fabrizio Casiraghhi Farmer Rug, from $2,395

    Courtesy of Nordic Knots
  • Fabrizio Casiraghi Astronomer Rug, from $2,395.

    Courtesy of Nordic Knots

Fabrizio Casiraghi for Nordic Knots

“The earthy tones paired with ancient mythology and astrological signs form the perfect balance of subtlety and design I’m always looking for in new products. I have long admired the work of Parisian designer Fabrizio Casiraghi, and this collaboration is no exception. Nordic Knots is on an astoundingly successful streak with their designer collections.” –Martha Moskowitz, Associate Editor

See More: nordicknots.com

  • Courtesy of Bert & May
  • Courtesy of Bert & May

Bert & May at INCOLOUR

“I really love what Bert & May has done with their new Striped tile collection. These tiles are handmade using crushed marble in Southern Spain and dyed with natural pigments which makes for a softer patina effect while still making a big impact. If you know me, you know it comes as no surprise that I’m especially drawn to the red and white colorway in the wide stripe!” – Isabel Molster, Editorial Assistant

See More: bertandmay.com

Courtesy of 8 Holland

Palefire for 8 Holland

“As a midcentury design enthusiast and admirer of the ever-eclectic 8 Holland Street, I was thrilled to see this exclusive collection from Rowena Morgan-Cox and Tobias Vernon. These hand-painted, paper-pulp lights nod to mid-century Italian designers (like Paolo Buffa, Gio Ponti, Carlo Scarpa, and Ercole Barovier) in punchy hues inspired by the colorways of Vico Magistretti’s iconic Gaudi chair. For pizzaz, I’d choose the stripe!” – Paige N. Miller, Editorial Assistant

See More: 8hollandstreet.com