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Dusen Dusen Striped Bathrobe

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Brooklyn-based designer Ellen Van Dusen is known for her vibrant color palette and this extra-soft Dusen Dusen Striped Bathrobe, made from 100% cotton terry, is no exception. Made for lounging in luxury, the robe boasts colors that are inspired by Frank Stella paintings from the 1960s and features contrast-color stripes on the inside. Matching towels sold separately here.
  • Designer
    Ellen Van Dusen
  • Materials
    Cotton
  • Year of Design
    2020
  • Origin
    Portugal

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  • Ellen Van Dusen

    Designer Ellen Van Dusen launched her brand Dusen Dusen in 2010 with a line of womenswear featuring original prints on versatile silhouettes. In 2015, she expanded her brand with the introduction of Dusen Dusen Home, which now includes towels, a bathrobe, a tissue box and a trash bin. The designs are characterized by vibrant colors and stripes, inspired by fine art and Van Dusen’s research into how our brains react to color.

  • “I expanded into home designs as I was re-decorating my own apartment. My favorite part of designing clothes was always designing the prints, and home textiles allow me to do the same thing on a grander scale.”

  • “I have always been drawn to color in a visceral way. I've gotten particularly into stripes in my own work as it is one of the purest forms of putting color together—it allows color to do all the work.”

  • “I think color relationships are more important than any color on its own. I see it sort of like different keys in music—as long as you keep the relationship between notes the same, you have the same song.”

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