Joining the ranks of celebrities-turned-designers, Brad Pitt debuts his first furniture collection in collaboration with Frank Pollaro. The actor says he's been sketching buildings and furniture since the 1990s, when he fell in love with Frank Lloyd Wright's work. Pollaro is known for his Art Deco reproductions, and Pitt's collection is inspired by the era, especially the grandiose bed, of which only nine will be made. The 12-piece collection debuts on November 11.
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(Image: Pollaro Custom Furniture)