From Street Style To Sheet Style: Kenzo Now Makes Pretty, Printed Bedding!

Click through to shop our favorite finds from Kenzo's bedding collection now!

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Kenzo, the brand launched back in 1970 and currently designed by Opening Ceremony power duo Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, turns out consistently cool, covetable clothes and accessories every single season. From that ubiquitous tiger sweatshirt to those head-turning eye prints to tech extras, pretty much everything Kenzo creates seems destined to be street style snapped. But who knew the label made bedding, too?

Yep—Gracious Home currently stocks a wide assortment of Kenzo sheets, duvets, pillows and even bath towels splashed with the brand's statement-making zebra stripes, leopard spots and bold zigzags. Sadly, the luxury of wrapping oneself in Kenzo's signature wild patterns doesn't come cheap—each of the four complete bedding sets available online will set you back at least $1,000 if you buy them in full, and the least expensive item in the company's home range is a $40 hand towel (something to reserve for only your fanciest and most fashion-savvy guests?). Still, we think that's a small price to pay for having the best-dressed bed on the block. Click through above to shop our favorite finds from Kenzo's bedding collection!

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