Hello Kitty Home Decor; Gilt's Furniture; Hanukkah Houses

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Just the right house for Forever 21's new Hello Kitty home decor line.

EVERYWHERE—This should be interesting: Forever 21 has teamed with Sanrio on Hello Kitty Forever, a collection of home decor, clothing, and accessories. Expect "bold colors and pop prints" to characterize the line, which runs from $4.80 to $29.80. [CurbedWire Inbox]

THE INTERNET—Online flash-sales juggernaut Gilt has gotten its feet into the furniture biz: the Gilt Home Collection launched last week and will be a permanent fixture on the site. The line's furniture, rugs, and pillows were all designed by Gilt Home creative director (and former Domino editor at large) Tom Delavan, who created "a collection that's of great quality and at the same time, on-trend and, more importantly, approachable," according to reps.

WASHINGTON DC—Regional shelter-magazine group Luxe Interiors + Design has announced its latest brand: a title focused on Washington DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia. Relatedly, Jonathan Adler's long-awaited DC store finally opens today. [CurbedWire Inbox; Curbed DC]

THE INTERNET—Manischewitz wants people to turn their gingerbread houses into hanukkah houses this year: build a house using the brand's Chanukah House Decorating Kit—which contains "a Vanilla cookie base for assembling your creation and an assortment of toppings and additions to outfit the house as your imagination envisions it!"—snap a pic, and upload it to the Manischewitz Facebook page for a chance to win up to $500. Get the full scoop, right this way. [CurbedWire Inbox]

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