Altuzarra Collaboration with West Elm Kids Collection

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Global design company, West Elm has launched a new collaboration with Joseph Altuzarra the founder and creative director of luxury women’s ready-to-wear fashion brand, Altuzarra. I normally don’t cover children’s collaborations, but there may be some items in this collaboration that are of interest to adults.  Remember how many women shopped the Stella McCartney Gap Children’s collections?

The Joseph Altuzarra for West Elm Kids collection features furniture with elevated finishes as well as textiles and decorative accessories that are infused with Altuzarra’s own hand-drawn motifs.

Created as a love letter to his two daughters, the sophisticated collection celebrates the signature artistry of Altuzarra while maintaining kid-friendly functionality.

“I am thrilled to be collaborating with West Elm Kids on this collection of nursery and children’s room furniture and accessories, marking my first foray into the world of home,” said Altuzarra. “When I became a father, I discovered a white space for chic, sophisticated interiors that were both beautiful and functional. Together with West Elm Kids, we created pieces that harmoniously blend style and practicality, capturing the whimsy and wonder of childhood.”

Key items from the 42-piece capsule collection include the Clouds Crib & Kids Sheeting ($34-$199), Children’s Pajamas ($39.50-$44.50), Shooting Stars Quilt ($139-$199), Oval Mirror ($299), Ribbon Pendant Light ($299), Upholstered Crib ($1,199) and the 7 Drawer Dresser ($1,599).

West Elm Kids Collaboration Altuzarra

Sample decor and furniture from the West Elm Kids Collaboration by Altuzarra

To learn more about the collection, visit West Elm Kids


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