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Cool New Tableware Celebrates Finnish and Japanese Design

Finnish housewares company Iittala recently unveiled products from its latest collection, a line of gorgeous cups, platters, vases, bags, cushion covers, and more created in collaboration with Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake. In a press event on Tuesday morning at the MoMA Design Store in New York City, Irina Viippola, Iittala's concept manager, explained that the collection loosely references the colors of cherry blossom season in Miyake's native Japan, rendered in Miyake's signature intricate pleating patterns.

The collection, which debuted at this month's Stockholm Design Week, which runs until the 14th, includes 30 pieces in all: Ceramics, textiles, and more are all on offer. Take a closer look at the collection over on Iittala's site.

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