This kind of articles makes the difference… make me remember when I edited the fashion section in an forgotten golf magazine… the past, always, the past
Jonathan Adler began designing home goods with a pottery collection for Barneys New York in 1994. Since opening his first eponymous store five years later, he has built an empire of furniture and textiles based on his colorful, mod aesthetic. Now he’s set to launch a line of fashion accessories—300+ handbags, hats, scarves and belts, priced from $48 to $450—at select department stores and his own stores and website. Adler took a moment to chat with TIME about his inspirations and how he manages to be a perpetual optimist.
How did you decide to expand into accessories?
It seemed very logical to me, and also intuitive. I have a very diverse and unexpected design career that has really expanded based purely on whim. I think that accessories present a lot of the same design challenges that I’m accustomed to working with, and it just felt right.
What was your…
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