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

By Stephanie Murg Comment

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.

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