Weddings

Monique Lhuillier + Waterford Crystal = Your Registry Dreams Just Came True

October 24, 2011 by Justine Schwartz
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Today at New York Tabletop Week (yes, that’s a real thing), Monique Lhuillier will announce her latest licensing deal: a collection of Waterford crystal and tablewares ($18 to $1,500) to launch in January. The famed bridal designer already has a deal with lower-priced sister line Royal Doulton, but the company decided to upgrade her for the new year.


In related new, Karl Lagerfeld has also designed a wine label for a 350-year old bottle of Bordeaux. Cheers!

If you love Monique’s homewares, shop her current collection at Bloomingdale’s now:

Shop our guides to the best simple bridesmaid dresses, long bridesmaid dresses, and satin wedding shoes.

 

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