New company seeking licensees for home furnishings
Staff -- Home Textiles Today, 11/13/2000 12:00:00 AM
LARCHMONT, NY -Sister Parish Design, a recently formed company based here, is conducting a search for licensees in the home furnishings and decorative accessories markets.
The licensed goods will reflect the sensibilities of Sister Parish, whose Parish Hadley firm catered to Old Money tastes and values for more than 30 years.
Clients included the Astor, Rockfeller and Kennedy families, and Parish Hadley was credited with creating the American Country look. House and Garden Magazine called Parish the "Mount Everest of the new shelter culture."
Licensees are being sought who can recreate the designer's luxury and quality at affordable price points. Licensees must also be capable of marketing nationally.
The new company's founders are Libbey Cameron, Sister Parish's last protege at Parish Hadley, and Susan Bartlett Carter.
The team also includes Terry Learned, whose high-style licensing programs include the Winterhur program and the Newport Historical Society.
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