The Hill-Side and CB2 have teamed up.
The men’s wear brand, which is known for its textiles sourced in Japan, has partnered with CB2, the hipper arm of Crate & Barrel, to create a line of home goods.
The collection, which is available on CB2.com today, features prints from The Hill-Side’s previous collections which have, in some cases, been distorted and altered to create a new pattern. The assortment, which retails from $7 to $2,600, is comprised of rugs, bedding, upholstered furniture, pillows, floor cushions, wallpaper and bath towels. Pieces from the offering will be featured on the cover of CB2’s January catalogue.
According to Ryan Turf, managing director of CB2, although the company is no stranger to collaborations — this year it partnered with Lenny Kravitz and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago — The Hill-Side line marks the first time the brand has worked with a men’s wear brand.
“I had been a fan of The Hill-Side years before we ever discussed a collaboration,” Turf said. “Emil and Sandy have a great aesthetic which translates to their product assortment and overall brand vision. Plus they have a passion for quality, which is very important to CB2 as well.”
It’s been an eventful year for Emil and Sandy Corsillo, the brothers behind The Hill-Side. Along with winning GQ’s 2015 Best New Menswear Designers in America award and designing a capsule collection for The Gap, the brothers opened a Brooklyn store dedicated to The Hill-Side, which has evolved from a collection of ties, pocket squares and scarves into a fully formed line of men’s apparel and footwear.