Brad Pitt’s new line of modern furniture is getting a rough reception from critics, said The New York Times. The architecture critic of The Guardian called Pitt’s collaboration with designer Frank Pollaro “ungainly,” with finishings that “recall a hotel lobby.” Pitt shouldn’t quit his day job, added interior designer Sheila Bridges, “unless that means I can be an actor for a day and get paid $7 million to star in a Chanel No. 5 perfume ad.”
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