United Feather & Down’s Borghese line headed for hospitality

Des Plaines, Ill. – United Feather & Down’s recently announced collection with skin care specialist Borghese will make its hospitality debut the utility bedding manufacturer’s Sixth Avenue showroom next month.

The hospitality assortment will be unveiled in conjunction with the International Hotel/Motel & Restaurant Show, which takes place Nov. 8-10 at the Jacob Javits Center.

Stephen Palmer, co-president of United Feather & Down, said the hospitality line “truly marries the concept of beauty with sleep."

The Villa Di Borghese Hospitality & Spa Collection includes a luxury line of bedding, spa and travel accessories. The bed pillow and comforter, spa pillow, booties and spa body wrap are constructed with 300-thread-count Italian tile dobby cotton in either white or Borghese’s signature ivory, finished with a natural aloe vera treatment, and embroidered with the Villa Di Borghese crest.

The fill options include Botanical Down, a trademarked blend of Tencel and Freshness Assured down, or a Botanical Down Alternative, a blend of micro fiber down alternative and Tencel.

The retail version of the line launched at Bloomingdale’s earlier this month.



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