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Ikea is hosting its first-ever fashion show and inviting anyone with an Internet connection to take it all in tomorrow, September 29th. The Swedish furniture company collaborated with clothing designers Katie Eary and Martin Bergström for two fashion-inspired home goods collections.
Eary is presenting a collection that has everything you'd need to host a dinner party. The collection, entitled Giltig, features aprons, shopping bags, cushions, dinnerware, and lamp shades in the designer's signature bold, colorful, and street-influenced style.
Bergström's effort, Svärtan, is a collection of bed sheets, rugs, bowls, and glassware made exclusively using a color palette of black, white and grey. Bergström's collection is inspired by India and its heritage, which the designer aimed to look at through a modern lens.
Ikea's first fashion show will livestream at the company's YouTube page tomorrow beginning at 1:30pm ET. Eary's collection will be available in the US for the Spring 2016 season, while Bergström's will release in the US in Fall 2016.