Clean and Colorful: Method Debuts First Designer Collaboration, with Orla Kiely

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By Stephanie Murg Comments

After years of perfecting their curvy and colorful packaging solo, our friends at Method are exploring the designer collaboration route. The planet-friendly company’s debut partner is Irish-born, London-based Orla Kiely. A special fall collection of Method hand washes and home cleaners features four of the designer’s signature stylized prints that in turn inspired the products’ unique fragrances. The coral-colored floral print inspired a primrose scent, which Method describes as “an updated twist on a classic rose,” while the green stem print smells like bay leaf, and the multicolored “acorn cup” design is matched with a fragrance called vanilla chai. Kiely’s pear pattern led Method to a clean and gingery aroma that will be available in hand wash, cleaning spray, and dish soap. Look for the bright bottles (recyclable and made with 100% recycled plastic) in Target stores nationwide next month. Meanwhile, Method has already started to roll out the limited-edition line on its website.