Stitches in Time

Emily Diamandis has added more than a dozen lounge- and resort-wear items and accessories to Tabula Rasa, her line of upscale knits for home and travel. Among the new pieces, which range in price from $120 to $2,000, are crocheted caftans and pajamas in silk and cashmere and raffia totes and jacquard towels for the beach—all in the graphic patterns and deeply saturated colors that are the hallmark of the former Rag & Bone designer. Next the U.K.-born Diamandis, who refined her needlework in Hong Kong and other locations around the world, plans to complement the travel blankets and throw pillows in her collection with the addition of bed linens and rugs. “I am centered around home and travel and how they interrelate,” she says. “[Tabula Rasa] is becoming more about lifestyle than interiors or fashion.”

Tabula Rasa, www.tabularasa-ny.com

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