HUMAN MADE Readies "HOUSEWARE" Capsule Collection

Featuring a banana stand set, heart-shaped measuring spoon, and more.

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Following a “PATCHWORK CHECK” collection featuring a range of madras-patterned pieces, HUMAN MADE now unveils a new “HOUSEWARE” capsule. As the name suggests, the upcoming series features a range of specialty interior goods including a wet sheet case, bathroom countertop organizer, round trash can, sewing box, and double-sided tissue case — all of which arrive with a gray metal body and polished wooden covers engraved with HUMAN MADE heart logos and “GEARS FOR FUTURISTIC TEENAGERS” slogans.

Additional products include Imabari face and bath towels, a heart-shaped translucent measuring spoon, and a playful banana stand set that comes with replica HUMAN MADE-branded bananas. Rounding out the assortment is the return of the popular room slippers that come in a travel-friendly storage bag.

Look for HUMAN MADE’s latest lifestyle offerings to arrive on the brand’s online store on May 28. Prices range from ¥1,100 to ¥13,200 JPY (approximately $9 to $104 USD).

 

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