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Orla Kiely has achieved a freshness with her unique use of color and pattern that is rarely seen in fashion and housewares today. Her bold graphic design prints are immediately recognizable, with a hard-to-achieve mix of practicality and whimsicalness.
English designer Orla Kiely first got her start in 1993, after being commissioned by high-end London department store Harrods for a line of hats. Since then, Kiely's bold and recognizable graphic prints have helped her make a name for herself in the fashion and design world. Her most recent venture is an affordable line for Target, set to launch the first of February. The line features all sorts of home goods, from aprons to tumblers and dinnerware. You've all seen the tiny preview thumbnails on the other blogs, so here's a closer look at the full range of products, all of which fall in the $2.49 to $21.99 range. Be sure to read this week's Trendzilla to get the full scoop!