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Ikea's new Giltig collection pairs fashion whimsy with clever industrial design.
At the risk of entering into crazy cat-lady territory, I’m kind of crazy about the new Giltig collection—in particular these cat head teacups and saucers—launching in April from Ikea. The company’s product designers met with fashion designer Katie Eary at London Fashion Week, and partnered with the visual artist for a capsule collection of fashion-meets-furniture (think bright blue fish-emblazoned tabletops, leopard-print bedding and, of course, so many cats.
Giltig collection teacup and saucer, $10, ikea.ca