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“I gravitate toward a neutral, natural palette because it allows you to layer things,” says California designer Jenni Kayne, who launched her namesake line of minimalist separates at 19 with seed money from her father, a Los Angeles oil investor. (She promptly dropped out of the Otis College of Art and Design.) Sixteen years later, Kayne, now 35, is translating her enviable aesthetic to interiors via a 30-piece home-goods collection that exemplifies her ultracurated California lifestyle. To kick off the line this fall, Kayne & Co. are traveling cross-country in a refurbished 1957 Airstream trailer outfitted with the collection’s alpaca throws, Peruvian handwoven pillows, and candles... Full story

7 December