Vegan Chef Chloe Coscarelli Hosts Launch of H&M Kitchen Line

The chef partnered with H&M to host a special vegan breakfast
‍The new H&M line includes affordable kitchenware items (Photo: Chef Chloe Coscarelli Facebook)

Renowned vegan chef Chloe Coscarelli has hosted the breakfast launch of a line of home and dinnerware accessories created by fashion retailer H&M.

H&M Home debuted the kitchenware collection at a vegan breakfast launch last week in New York.

The new line includes bowls and plates that cost as low as $2.99.

The collection

H&M's new kitchenware line consists of bowls, plates, and mugs in black, white, and gray.

The collection also includes 'conscious' aprons made from 100 percent cotton, linen napkins, wooden cutting boards, and utensils, according to VegNews.

"I'm so excited to partner with H&M to celebrate their new kitchenware collection launch," said the plant-based chef.

"Its monochromatic color scheme provided the perfect canvas for the menu I curated today, which perfectly accentuated the vibrant pops of color in each of the dishes that were presented."

Coscarelli prepared avocado-basil toast, garden pesto scramble, and a lemon olive oil cake for the all-vegan launch last week.

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