Kelly Hoppen's KHHome Debuts from Homestead
By Staff -- Home Textiles Today, 2/13/2007 12:00:00 AM
At the New York Market —Homestead, a unit of Li & Fung, is introducing the KHHome collection, a derivative collection of British designer Kelly Hoppen's trademark luxury home furnishings.
KHHome has been designed for British Home Stores in London and features the designer's new color directions — pearl and midnight. Hoppen, long known at the luxury end of the interior design business, has had a strong clientele here, and a few years back introduced a luxury collection that included furniture from Century and linens from Sferra that launched at Bergdorf Goodman in New York.
The KHHome program will be developed for the American market under the aegis of Homestead, said David Greenstein, president of the Homestead division, and will probably be customer specific.
The new KHHome collection continues her dedication to neutral color palettes with the addition of pearl, and adds a touch of warmth to a neutral palette.
Talking about the addition of midnight, Hoppen said, "Midnight is really exciting as I have added color to my designs. A wonderful spectrum of blue tones is contrasted against a backdrop of crisp, fresh white and as a result the collection is really mood-provoking and alluring."
Bed, bath, tabletop, furniture and accessories are also in the KHHome collection.
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