Last year, CALVIN KLEIN signed a four-year agreement with The Andy Warhol Foundation that permits the fashion house to use all of Warhol’s artwork and collections, including published works and the ability to use them however the brand chooses to. For its “Kiss” underwear collection, the label featured some of the artist’s popular pieces which were inspired by Kiss — an experimental film directed by Andy Warhol — and included black and white images of couples kissing.
Now, the partnership has extended into a home collection, which includes a four-piece dining set that pays homage to the former editor of Vanity Fair Sandra Brant and actor Dennis Hopper. The unique dinnerware arrives in pale yellow, red and white colors, and includes a dinner plate, bowl, dessert bowl and a mug. The dining set is offered in collectible packaging inspired by Warhol’s Brillo Box artwork. Other items in the range are the reversible pillows, as well as blankets all made from Pendleton wool. Take a closer look at the images of home products in the gallery above.