September 29, 2010

Designing a Cushion for The Pink Wishbone Project to Benefit Breast Cancer

I couldn't have been more pleased when SUITE New York asked me to design a seat cushion for an event they are doing to benefit Breast Cancer Research. As many of you know, my mother passed away from breast cancer almost a year ago Christmas Eve...So the project was personal. Suite New York Furniture has created a pink Wishbone chair for the first time ever and requested to have 20 designers create cushion covers. A hundred percent of the proceeds will go to benefit Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Kelly Behun, Sheila Bridges, Alexandra Champalimaud, Neisha Crosland, Tori Golub, Alexa Hampton, Allegra Hicks, Julie Hillman, Annie Kelly, Celerie Kemble, Kit Kemp, Laura Kirar, Amy Lau, Katie Lydon, Emma Jane Pilkington, Sara Rotman, Ruthie Sommers, Kelly Wearstler, Bunny Williams, and me. The auction begins at the event on October 7th but will continue through October 28th taking place at Barneys Chelsea Passage in New York City. For more info about the auction, go here. The above images are of my cushion, the 2 below are some samples of a few others cushions I love. 
Above cushion by Emma Jane Pilkington
Pin Cushion by Kelly Wearstler

P.S if you want to bid on my cushion go to the lnk:


  1. Lulu, this cushion is beautiful! How special this must have been for you! Thank you for sharing..

  2. So touching. It looks amazing Lulu.


  3. Love your blog...look forward to following :)

  4. Lulu I know this is very personal and extremely public for you-thank you for lending your story to such an important part of a woman's health. I have shared your chair on my blog today in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. pgt

  5. Lulu such a heartfelt remembrance of your Mother. I love the cushion, it is so special.

    I too am posting pink today!

    Art by Karena

  6. Hello,
    We have chosen the paint colour the the interiors have given me ideas. It looks really cosy and I love that... have a great day!!!
    We have some collections of indoor furniture made of solid teak wood from Indonesia.
    Thank you.

  7. I received information about this event. It sounds like it will be a success in raising funds for breast cancer research. What a lovely tribute to your mother. The tag written by you is simply lovely.

  8. AnonymousJuly 05, 2011

    Emma Jane Pilkington does a great job organizing. I wish she would do my closet! Check out her profile here