London Luxury hires two on product side   

New Rochelle, N.Y. – Diversified home textiles supplier London Luxury is expanding its product innovation team.

The bedding and bath supplier has hired Gail Nicholson as vp of design and product development, and Judy Kaganowich as creative director.

Nicholson will be responsible for new product initiatives. Prior to joining London Luxury, she held senior design and styling positions at WestPoint, Pillowtex, and most recently was product development director for Dan River. She has designed soft home under the Royal Velvet, Cannon, and Martex brands, and developed licensed collections for Ralph Lauren, Alexander Julian, Nautica and Martha Stewart.

Kaganowich will be responsible for the visual direction for point of sale, packaging and branding of London Luxury’s product lines. Prior to joining London Luxury, she ran her own graphic design business, most recently specializing in the home fashions industry. In the past her client base included BMG Music, MTV Networks, Citibank and World Access Insurance. She began working with London Luxury more than three years ago and was responsible for developing new product packaging, as well as expanding the company’s current product line.

“As the company continues to grow and expand into new categories, it is important to consistently communicate London Luxury’s unique points of difference through various design channels,” said Marc Jason, ceo.

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