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Anthropologie just scored another designer collaboration, this time with Brian Wolk and Claude Morais, the team behind Ruffian. The collection, which will last through four seasons and include both clothing and housewares, is called Mise en Scene (a directing term for the overall vibe of a scene in a movie or play.) Reports WWD, "The sartorial stuff includes a Forties-inspired camel coat, silk dresses and blouses with an original print designed by the pair, as well as hand-seamed hosiery. As for the home, there are candles produced by French firm Cire Trudon and silver degradé glasses. (For spring, Wolk and Morais are drumming up a bigger collection, one that will include bedding.)" We'll see the first results of their efforts this November. [WWD]