THE INTERNET—DwellStudio has teamed with Stelle Audio on a pair of sleek cylindrical limited-addition speakers "created for those with a love for all things interior and who refuse to compromise style," according to the official product description. Each model—black-and-gold triangles and silver with DwellStudio's signature Gate print—costs $399 and is available at www.stelleaudio.com. [CurbedWire Inbox]
THE INTERNET—Maximalist interior designer Kelly Wearstler has released a 50-piece collection of cards with Paperless Post. Prices start at 25 cents for an online invitation and $1.05 for snail mail. There are gold swoops, faux paint splatters, a cool-looking snake design, and no disembodied body parts to speak for. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]
EVERYWHERE—Starting with its November issue, HGTV Magazine will roll out schmancy new Digimarc technology. Translation:
"Each item in November's "The High/Low List" includes an invisible watermark, denoted by a small smartphone icon. HGTV Magazine readers simply need to launch the free Digimarc Discover mobile app and scan the product image to be instantly connected to a FIAT brand-sponsored landing page which streamlines purchasing and sharing opportunities. Readers can choose to buy and/or share their special find with others on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest."
EVERYWHERE—Graham & Brown has launched its second collection with Kelly Hoppen, the British interior designer who's become ultra-famous of late for her super-famous clients, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The latest Kelly Hoppen Style line includes such patterns as "Enigma" (the "stylish circular design has metallic highlights") and an "organic stripe" that's "highlighted with metallic detailing on the stria that really catches the light." [CurbedWire Inbox]
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