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EMPORIO SIRENUSE

With her niece Viola Parrocchetti, Carla Sersalecontinues to capture the storybook romance and luxe, Italian spirit of Le Sirenuse, the family-run Amalfi Coast hotel she helms with her husband, with a new line of home goods. Among them, find silk cushions, hand-embroidered with designs that nod to the Central Asian textiles and ikats that her late father-in-law collected, as well as gold-rimmed bone china bearing line drawings of androgynous faces and Positano by British artist Luke Edward Hall.
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EMPORIO SIRENUSE

With her niece Viola Parrocchetti, Carla Sersalecontinues to capture the storybook romance and luxe, Italian spirit of Le Sirenuse, the family-run Amalfi Coast hotel she helms with her husband, with a new line of home goods. Among them, find silk cushions, hand-embroidered with designs that nod to the Central Asian textiles and ikats that her late father-in-law collected, as well as gold-rimmed bone china bearing line drawings of androgynous faces and Positano by British artist Luke Edward Hall.

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