Derek Lam's Spring 2012 collection channeled midcentury luxury, and as FabSugar noted about the Derek Lam show, "Think Palm Springs, Frank Sinatra, and Angie Dickinson by the pool, and you have the inspiration for Lam's upbeat collection that still carried his signature clean lines and classic silhouettes."
One of my favorites from the collection was this '60s geometric print dress, whose look reflected many prints I've been spotting in the décor world as well.
To get the look of this vibrant design, head for furniture and accents featuring cubes, spheres, hexagons, and other geometric patterns. Home décor from designers like Trina Turk and Jonathan Adler are always a good bet as is the current product line from DwellStudio.
One of my current favorites is FermLiving's Squares Blanket ($150, middle row, left). The overlapping Escher-like cube print is super fresh right now, and since the blanket's made of cotton, not wool, you can use it in all seasons.
I also can't forget the Kartell Componibili Round Three-Door Tower ($160, bottom row, far right). A long-time favorite, this piece may not feature a geometric pattern, but its mix of cylinder, rectangle, and circle within its design make it an obvious choice. Use it as a side table, bedside dresser, or catchall in a hallway.
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