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Tracee Ellis Ross
The Black-ish actress is releasing a holiday capsule collection with JCPenney, and it’s as festive and fun as the star herself! Although the majority of the line is clothing, she extended the playful patterned buys to a few home accessories, like throw pillows, dessert dishes and high ball glasses. “Each piece is timeless and versatile, classic but with flavor,” she said. Available November 12 — and with prices starting at $12.00 — Ross’ picks are sure to be your go-to gifts this season.
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The legendary fashion designer and Project Runway: All Stars judge is wishing #chicdreams to any fashionista whose bedroom is in need of a runway-ready upgrade. The self-proclaimed insomniac (he's said his “greatest fashion inspiration is insomnia”) just released a line of bedding exclusively at Bed, Bath & Beyond. Pillows from $39.99, bedding sets from $129.99.
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Catherine Zeta-Jones recently announced plans to launch a lifestyle brand in the fall, with a source telling PEOPLE that she had been moving toward the decor goal for quite some time, but was awaiting the right partner. Now it appears she’s found it in QVC, and is launching her Casa Zeta-Jones collection on September 28. Inspired by old Hollywood design and her Welsh heritage, the forthcoming bedding, bath towels, table lines and rugs are sure to carry the actress’s elegant stamp. “I can’t wait for everyone to see Casa Zeta-Jones,” she said in a press release. “This is a project I have been passionate about and working on for years now.”
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The celebrity-favorite fashion designer (Mandy Moore and Minka Kelly are fans) partnered with super-chic homegoods line Parachute to create two timeless items: a cozy alpaca throw and a pin-stripe linen duvet set, available in gray and ivory. The price points on the capsule collection are on par with Kayne's high-end fashions: $399, and $349-$369, respectively.
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Mandy Moore's collection of art prints, monogrammed glasses, throw blankets and other decor items for Shutterfly was inspired by memories of her close-knit family — who also happen to be the collaboration's first fans. "My parents have already ordered stuff,” the This Is Us star tells PEOPLE. “They just redid some bathrooms and bedrooms in their house in Florida, and they told me they bought pieces for the guest bedroom. I was like, 'I could have hooked you up.'”
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Pillows, shower curtains, and artwork were just a few of the colorful items in Drew Barrymore’s previous collection with Shutterfly. A piece of fabric from the Rose Bowl served as one of the actress’s jumping off points. “I was able to take that original inspiration pattern and tweak the colors, lines and shapes to design something that is hopefully attractive and fun,” she told PEOPLE.
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Sean and Catherine Lowe
The Bachelor’s Sean and Catherine Lowe announced their ‘sophisti-comfortable’ furniture line with Wayfair in April. “We’ve designed our sofas with families in mind,” Sean, 33, has said of the line.
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Flipping Out’s Jeff Lewis announced Jeff Lewis Barn Doors and Jeff Lewis Tile in September 2016. The new dad snapped this photo of himself encouraging fans to stop by one of the 32 Home Depot stores that offer the latter with the hashtags: “#helpsupportmonroe #shesexpensive” (referencing his baby girl).
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Luann de Lesseps
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“I’ve always loved furniture,” America’s Next Top Model vet Nigel Barker told PEOPLE. The proof? His gorgeous collaboration with Art Van Furniture that combined his English heritage with the influences of his travels as a model.
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