Marla Stuchel influences Royale Linens intros

At the New York Market – Royale Linens/Yunus will be showing its first presentation under new design director Marla Stuchel, who joined the company during the summer.

The company is presenting a collection of Fashion Luxury prints in 300- and 400-count sateen covering traditional master bedroom motifs and ethnic tapestries as well as a masculine geometric cross stripe using metallic copper printing.

Royale’s solid color presentation will add Inspirations, a crisp 300-count percale accessorized with a very softly printed sateen printed comforter in delicate budding Cherry Blossom tree motif and a tri colored matching quilt.

Also new is a 300-count sateen of 60% rayon (from bamboo) 40% cotton program called Royale Bamboo, a printed textured weave with a faux attached hem.

In addition, Royale will show a luxury the 300-count sateen Floral Conservatory, a vibrant floral pattern called Charlotte and a retro 50’s floral.

A major back-to-college presentation includes coordinating knit solids, tie dyes, ’60s style print, a recycled cotton presentation and plaids.

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