Vera Neumann was an artist working in the 20th Century who was known for her bright florals, bold geometrics, scenic motifs and other cheerful designs. A true tastemaker, her pioneering cross-licensing empire made her art affordable and accessible to everyone through a wide range of fashion and lifestyle products.
Now Anthropologie has teamed up with the Vera brand that continues her iconic legacy to produce a range of products that celebrate the late American artist’s enduring and cheerful aesthetic.
Hot on the heels of Anthropologie’s successful Hôtel Magique collaboration, this collection is mainly focussed around picnic and garden dining essentials for now – think melamine bowls, plates, serving platters and pitchers alongside garden games such as croquet and table tennis sets, all featuring bright and sunny designs inspired by Vera Neumann. There are also some wonderful outdoor soft furnishings such as the water-resistant cushions and a stunning picnic blanket (that you definitely won’t want to drop humous on).
We particularly love the eye-catching colourful check design and especially the brilliant chip and dip plate it features on, but the many cheery floral designs will also go down a treat with shoppers looking for fun outdoor dining essentials at affordable prices.
There are also a few clothing and accessories options in there too, so there’s something for everyone to inject a bit of Vera’s fun-loving aesthetic into their lives.
Shop the full Vera for Anthropologie collection at anthropologie.com now and browse our edit of our favourite picks below.