Flaneur Has a New Supple Collection of Luxury Linens

Laura Eckstein Jones | September 4, 2019 | Home & Real Estate Feature

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When L.A.-based dyed-to-order textile brand Flaneur launched in 2017, aesthetes everywhere celebrated its ability to create luxurious, prewashed Supima cotton bedding in any hue. Fashion designer Heidi Merrick recently collaborated with the company, and now, L.A. artist Jason Trotter has teamed up with Flaneur on the Chago collection. “The draw for me as a visual artist is Flaneur’s emphasis on color and encouraging people to be more creative and expressive in their aesthetic,” he explains. Consisting of linens in three shades (limited edition sets from $860)—Stowe, a dusty red; Riomaggiore, a flirty coral; and Nicaragua, a pale pink—the former talent and fashion publicist’s edit was in direct response to his own boudoir. “My bedroom had been fully outfitted in white and neutrals for over five years,” says Trotter, who recently created original artworks for the Kelly Wearstler-designed Proper DTLA. “I was ready to make a change and wanted something dramatic.”



Photography by: Tim Street-Porter