Trends | Camo Glam-o | June 2014

Camouflage may have started out as a way to hide from the enemy, but it's evolved into a way to flaunt one's style, first in fashion and now in furnishings. Shown in either the traditional natural colorway of beiges and greens, or in more bright color combinations for a trendy twist, these camouflage items, perhaps ironically, stand out in a crowd.


  • Yankee Candle
    The Yankee Candle Company has added Camouflage as one of two new, limited-edition scents to its Man Candles collection. Camouflage is a natural, woodsy blend.
  • Lancaster Commercial Products
    From Pensofal, the Army cookware line is made in Italy and includes the 1.5 liter PastaSi Baby pot, which includes a patented locking system in the lid so pasta, potatoes and other foods can easily be drained.
  • Safavieh
    Camouflage motifs are among the designs available in Safavieh’s handknotted Vineyard line, which revives a 16th century Isfahan weave. The line can be custom colored.
  • Duff Goldman by Gartner Studios
    Food Network’s “Ace of Cakes” star Duff Goldman has new premium cake mixes that feature trendy hues such as tie dye, pink camouflage and, here, camouflage.
  • Lifetime Brands
    The company debuted its Mossy Oak licensed line in March, including a range of housewares and tabletop categories, in two patterns.
  • Jeffrey Fabrics
    Jeffrey Fabrics holds the Mossy Oak license for furniture protectors. Having debuted at retail earlier this year, the line includes two Mossy Oak camouflage patterns, including Shadow Grass, here. 212-447-7333
  • Lodge Manufacturing
    Known for its cast iron cookware, Lodge has also added accessories, such as this camo apron.