Turning back the covers

Baum, Stephanie
July 2003
Cabinet Maker;7/18/2003, Issue 5347, p37
Trade Publication
Discusses British household linens company Dorma's celebration of its 80th anniversary by creating a showroom that highlights the company's history. History of advertising campaigns featuring products shown off by celebrities; Initiative to license the Dorma brand in the U.S., Japan, China and Australia; Brands introduced by the company.


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