Tim Gunn signs with Indecor Home Design for home textiles

Retail Editor 2, August 13, 2013

New York - Fashion guru Tim Gunn, nationally recognized for his ongoing role in the Lifetime hit series "Project Runway," has inked a licensing agreement with Indecor Home Design for home textiles.
Indecor, a division of Bentex Group, will be the master licensee for home in the U.S. and Canada.
Gunn is chief creative officer at Liz Claiborne Inc. He also served as chair of the Department of Fashion Design at Parsons The New School for Design and has been active in the Parsons community for more than 23 years. He has also authored books on style and hosts "Tim Gunn's Guide to Style."
He will work in collaboration with Indecor Home design to create a full range of home textiles products, including bedding, bath, window and pet collections. Indecor will show the first pieces of the collection at next month's New York Home Fashions Market.
"We are excited to launch Tim Gunn's Home Collection for spring 2014, building momentum in all home products for the fall 2014 season," said Dawn Rochelle Fields, vp of design and product development, Indecor Home Design. "His vision and great eye for style will ring true in all collections and we are excited to add him to our portfolio."
"Creating beautiful and quality décor for the home, at an affordable price, has been a long time aspiration of mine. I am truly thrilled to partner with Indecor Home Design on my new line of home products. Fashion encompasses every part of our lives and how we live should be a fashion statement of comfort and beauty," said Gunn.

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