In the dining room of Marlo Thomas’s Manhattan apartment, there is barely an inch of table that isn’t covered in serveware and prepared bites. Yet in light of the pandemic, there is no guest list. “Normally, I’d have you over,” the award-winning actress, author, and social activist tells AD via Zoom call, as she transfers a bowl of brightly hued crudités across the table. “But we’ll have to wait.” It may be a party of one, but the celebration is nonetheless well deserved. This week, Thomas debuts her inaugural home product line, a 10-piece, globally inspired entertaining and tabletop collection available exclusively at Williams Sonoma and Pottery Barn.