Apparently not. The interior design guru and "Top Design" judge has turned his quirky eye to fashion with a new collection for 7 For All Mankind, the label tells us in a statement.
Hitting shops next month, the Jonathan Adler for 7 For All Mankind collection will consist of three themes -- the earthy Rustic, the beachy Deluxe and the preppy and vibrant Pop -- with a price range of $90 to $210..
Adler's signature playful prints -- such as the bamboo, keyhole and Acapulco -- run throughout the men's and women's looks, with a total of six jeans and six tops.
Not bad for a newbie -- it's Adler's first time designing apparel, as well as 7's first collaboration with a fashion outsider, according to the source.
"I was thrilled to collaborate with 7 For All Mankind because I literally wear jeans every day and I have been a Seven jeans aficionado from the get-go," Adler says in a press statement.
"As a lifestyle brand, we want to give everyone everything they could ever need to live a glam, chic life. It has been exciting to have the chance to extend our aesthetic into apparel, especially with7 For All Mankind because we all know everyone needs jeans."
He took the words right out of our mouth!
Meanwhile, get the details on Anthropologie's own limited-edition collaborations.