Calvin home adds more super-luxe

Sloan, Carole
October 2003
Home Textiles Today;10/27/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p1
Trade Publication
The Calvin Klein Home Collection is introducing an expanded decorative rug program and a new super luxury towel offering for spring 2004. The company is offering its rugs, previously in wool/silk mix, in a Luster Wash hand-made New Zealand wool construction in eight designs that has the sheen of silk. The luxury entry, called the Lush Towel, is made of low twist cotton yarn from Japan that is woven in Turkey with a bath priced at $35 for regular and $30 for sale. The collection also offers four new beds including Arasta, Bleached Dahlia, Linen Shine and Cocoon. Moreover, the company has also expanded its table linens assortment to work with the tabletop introductions emphasizing a move toward soft, tinted color, especially lavender.


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