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Method hand soap celebrates women in design

Method have announced a limited edition hand soap collection in partnership with the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum as a way to celebrate women in design. Connie Chen, Method’s Vice President of Brands said in a press release. “Our partnership with Cooper Hewitt is meaningful because, together, we are shining a light on pioneering women in design, whose impressive lives, talent and vision are an inspiration for designers–and the greater creative community–to this day.”

barbara white
Fragrance Launch: Orange Slice
A ‘sunshiny’ citrus scent that sparkles with notes of orange + lemon.
Barbara began exploring ways to fold and paint Japanese paper in high school, ultimately traveling to Japan on a fulbright grant. karl mann discovered her work and commissioned a wallpaper collection from her yearly. she also developed a unique technique of glass monoprinting and later experimented with larger, heavier paper + complicated folding techniques.

ilonka karasz
Fragrance Launch: Wild Meadow
This fresh, floral fragrance springs to life with notes of wild violet.
an important, yet overlooked figure in 20th-century design, ilonka worked in media including textiles, lighting, ceramics, metalwork, toys + furniture. she used a novel printing technique that preserved the expressivity of her drawings and is known for her cover illustrations for the new yorker. ilonka helped popularize a modern aesthetic in the United States.

marguerita mergentime
Fragrance Launch: Island Rain
This luscious, tropical fragrance will put you in an island state of mind.
stylish + intelligent, marguerita was a member of the influential American union of decorative artists and craftsmen (audac), a force of 20th century modernism. inspired by folk art, history and human nature. her witty table linens featuring political slogans were a hit with housewives, and the textiles she created for radio city music hall are still in use today.