Brad Pitt wants you in his bed! That's right the star wants to help you snuggle into the amazing bed he designed with furniture maker Frank Pollaro. If the bed isn't a perfect fit, you could nestle in one of the collection's club chairs or bathe in the bathtub built for two.
The "Killing Them Softly" star has created a new collection with the furniture maker that includes a dining table, cocktail table, side tables, bed and a marble bathtub. The clean, modern designs channel the star's long-time love of architecture and design.
"I've been doodling ideas for buildings and furniture since the early 1990s, when I first discovered [Charles Rennie] Mackintosh and Frank Lloyd Wright," he says. "Actually, I found Wright in college, when looking for a lazy two-point credit to get out of French. It forever changed my life."
The entire collection will make it's debut on November 13 in New York City. If you want to own a piece of the Pitt collection, you will have to be quick as they only plan to produce a few of each of the designs and they won't come cheap after being billed as being priced at the highest end of the custom furnishings scale.
Here are some of the other stars with new product lines hitting the market this holiday season:
Fergie: The Black Eyed Peas front-woman is sinking her claws into a new deal to create a Fergie inspired nail polish line for Wet n Wild. After being named the face of the line in collection, the company released a capsule collection that has been so successful that they asked her to create a full 21-product line. The collection is expected to hit store shelves in January.
Christina Aguilera: She may be planning to take a break from the judging table at "The Voice," but the singer is embracing her entrepreneurial side with the release of her latest fragrance, Red Sin. The timing of the new scent coincides with the release of her upcoming album, "Lotus." Of the perfume she says, "I believe red is more than just a color. Wearing red can evoke emotions and make you feel sexy and confident."
Drew Barrymore: Now that she's a new mom, the star is apparently looking to establish herself as an entrepreneur. She may have been one of the faces of Cover Girl since 2007, but reports are swirling that she is working on creating a cosmetics brand of her own to be sold exclusively at Walmart once her contract with Cover Girl is up in January.
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