AIMÉE WILDER EXPANDS OFFERINGS WITH NEW ARTISTS AND ARTISANS
Designer Now Curates and Sells Photography, Ceramics, Furnishings, and More
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| New York, NY - August 6, 2019 | Brooklyn-based designer Aimée Wilder now offers a range of goods to complement the company’s playful fabrics, wallpapers, accessories, and rugs. From stunning photography to fun ceramics and sleek sconces, products specially curated by Wilder are now available through the company’s newly debuted website, combining local and international artists and artisans.
“We are excited to diversify our offerings with new types of products for our customers,” says Wilder, Founder of her eponymous brand. “We hope our site will become an innovative one-stop, lifestyle experience as we grow the Aimée Wilder line.”
New York-based fine art photographer Dinesh Boaz kicks off the company’s photography offering, which will see upcoming additions ranging from the introduction of Wilder’s own personal snapshots to life-sized photo murals. Another local artist that is stocked, Dustin Barzell, introduces colorful, handmade ceramics under his Ceramicism label. Finally, sconces, coffee makers, and planters from San Francisco-based designers Rachel Gant and Andrew Deming of YIELD studio are available alongside minimalistic step ladders from Asian brand, Lucano.
About Aimée Wilder
Wilder was born and raised in New York and graduated from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago in 2001. She has held positions as a designer for several iconic firms including DwellStudio, Martha Stewart Living, and The Gap. Transfixed by the world of textiles and design, she launched her namesake wallpaper brand at New York’s ICFF in 2009 after her first fashion licensing contract with Vans in 2008. Known for bold designs and a playful aesthetic, Aimée Wilder has expanded its line to include home textiles and handmade rugs, as well as accessories such as pillows and poufs.