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New! Eva Mendes "Vida" Home Décor Line
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Gorgeous Hispanic actress Eva Mendes who starred in movies like “Hitch” or “Stuck on You” if you remember, launched today her home décor line called “Vida” sold exclusively at Macy’s.

Eva mentions that her designs are based on “her Latin roots in mind”. No wonder one of her big red flower bedding sets reflects of what reminds me of the usual strong character of a Latina woman. The big combination of opposites, bold and delicate graphics, deep and light colors, curves and straight lines, feminine yet sturdy.

“Vida is about easy luxury – the colors, fabrics and textures that I live and love, brought to life in a stylish, comfortable and affordable way,” Eva Mendes said on Friday. “I’m excited to partner with one of the strongest names in the retail industry and to see my passion for design come to life.”

Image Source: Macy’s

If you would like to hear Eva in an interview with Ryan Secrest here is the link.

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Comments

Posted by: Richard B. at July 28, 2009 10:10 PM

Fantastic offering from Ms. Eva M!

You've captured a unique moment, here, Marivi with your observation:

"... character of a Latina woman. The big combination of opposites, bold and delicate graphics, deep and light colors, curves and straight lines, feminine yet sturdy...."

Posted by: sampatrik at December 18, 2009 1:01 AM

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Posted by: Home Decor at February 17, 2010 9:28 AM

Are we supposed to believe that she actually had anything to do with the design of this bedding?

 
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