Main Line Style Watch: October 2018

From the opening of Kurtz Collection to ELLIE Boutique’s fall trunk show, here’s what’s trending.



Kurtz Collection and New Moon Rugs' new Glen Mills showroom opens this month. Photo by Angie Gray Photography.

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If you’re looking to revamp your home’s aesthetic for fall or winter, you’re in luck. Kurtz Collection, home to the region’s largest selection of fine rugs and contemporary and antique furnishings, officially opens its doors this month at Glen Eagle Square in Glen Mills. The 2,100-square-foot showroom has an eclectic assortment of accent rugs, including pieces by renowned designer New Moon. You’ll also find patterned wallpapers, accent lighting, and globally sourced artwork and tableware.

kurtzcollection.com.

Oct. 17-19, Wayne’s ELLIE Boutique – Main Line hosts a fall trunk show with acclaimed boho-meets-modern designer Shiver & Duke. Expect a mix of on-trend seasonal styles like crystal spikes, tassel fringe, textured leather and bold animal prints, plus tried-and-true pieces like feather earrings.

503 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, (610) 293-6822.

CR Laine animal-print ottoman. 

Slouchy knit sweater from 360 Cashmere. 

Our October Must Haves

Subtly embolden your home décor with a CR Laine animal-print ottoman this fall. A gray-and-white gradient means seamless integration with existing styles. $1,800.

The Blue Octagon, 335 E. King St., Malvern, (610) 640-2684, www.theblueoctagon.com.

Introduce leopard print into your closet with this slouchy knit by 360 Cashmere, perfect for crisp weather. It also pairs well with neutral boots, bags and sweaters. $460.

No. 109 Shop, 109 W. State St., Kennett Square, (610) 925-0109, www.one09shop.com.

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