Neiman Marcus Debuts Lela Rose Tabletop Set

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DALLAS-Neiman Marcus has launched a tabletop collection developed in collaboration with designer Lela Rose.

The collection, which is available exclusively on neimanmarcus.com consists of a white lace and linen napkin and placemat set, priced at $100, and four assorted dessert plates, priced at $135. Each dessert plate features a design inspired by chef Ferrari Aria's approach to food. Describing this approach as "artistic," Rose added, "Each piece I designed reflects the energy and creativity in his masterpieces."

For Rose, an apparel designer, this is her first collaboration in home products. Gerald Barnes, chief merchant of Neiman Marcus Direct, said, "Neiman Marcus has always felt that art enhances the quality of people's lives, and so it seemed natural that we would collaborate with Lela on this collection."

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