Roy Lichtenstein Comes To Mad Ave. In Barneys' Newest Collab

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    While we're constantly ogling (and, very occasionally, splurging on) the enviable selection of designer duds at Barneys, it's never been our go-to for housewares. No offense — we've just always been more drawn to the Jonathan Adlers and Crate & Barrels. But now, thanks to a new partnership between the Madison Avenue retail-legend, the estate of Roy Lichtenstein, and the Art Production Fund, we've got a whole host of home goodies to covet.

    The collection, which draws inspiration from Lichtenstein's pop art, boasts all sorts of adorably humorous works — think china plates, paper plates, throw pillows, beach balls, and water bottles. Each piece reveals Lichtenstein's signature playfulness, without the high price tag of his famous prints.

    To mark the collaboration's kick-off, Barneys is devoting its Madison Avenue windows to all things pop art. Click through for a look at our favorite pieces from the collection, crowd-free.

    Photo: Courtesy of Barneys

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