The Edit: What ELLE Decor Editors are Crushing on This Week

The products and places we're excited about right now.

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Every day, ELLE Decor's editors visit trendy shops, talk to top designers, and see a slew of stylish products. Take a quick look below for five picks ED editors are swooning over right now.

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1 Rethinking the Art of Stained Glass
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Serena Confalonieri

"I’m excited to see Serena Confalonieri, a Milan-based independent designer and maker, working in the traditional craft of stained glass. Not only is she working with discarded remains of glass, she’s also bringing to life the uniqueness and artistry endemic to traditional Italian craft. Caleido vase, signed and numbered, one of a kind." – Benjamin Reynaert, Market Editor


$1,808, Pamono.com

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2 Folk Art Fabrics
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DEBORAH HUSK

“I’m loving Fermoie’s fall collection of new fabric patterns. Pangea, my personal favorite, represents a fantasy landscape of plants, animals, and minerals. This collection has both warm and cool colors that feel fresh for fall.” – Courtney Armele, Market Editorial Assistant


Fermoie.com

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3 Made in China: Cabernet Sauvignon
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LVMH

“Made up predominantly of Cabernet Sauvignon with a touch of Cabernet Franc, Ao Yun is produced in the foothills of the Himalaya’s, near the legendary Shangri-La. This is the first Chinese wine from the LVMH Moët & Chandon group.” – Carisha Swanson, Senior Market Editor


$330, Wine.com

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4 Knotted Up
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Ballard Designs

“This Rope Twist stool Bunny Williams designed for Ballard might be my favorite of her products. I’m going to buy it, then promptly reupholster the cushion in a powder-colored Indian Mahdavi 'Diamonds' velvet from Pierre Frey.” – Charles Curkin, Articles Editor


$277, Ballard Designs

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5 Inspired by Bubbles
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Laura Lobdell

"Laura Lobdell’s jewelry boutique in Greenwich Village may not be the biggest shop in New York—in fact at just a few feet wide, I think it’s probably the smallest. But like the bubbly champagne that inspired her iconic Champers ring—it is shaped like the cap on a champagne bottle—this sliver of a store can barely contain the effervescent designs within. She’s branched out lately into home accessories, including sterling silver napkin rings inspired by a vintage French champagne bucket, and silver cork-shaped place card holders." — Ingrid Abramovitch, Features Director


Starting from $498, Laura Lobdell

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6 A Slice of Paris in New York City
David Mallett salon New York City
Rabgui

"David Mallet, a super-chic Aussie-born stylist who is based in Paris, is opening his first New York City salon, on the 5th floor of the Webster in Soho. The space is designed by French architect Charles Zana and while good interior design doesn't necessarily guarantee a good cut and color, it certainly can't hurt the experience. I can't wait to visit." — Elizabeth Angell, Digital Director

The Webster Soho, 5th Floor
29 Green Street, New York, NY
(646) 649-4427

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