Revman adds new fashion license to its portfolio

Will debut Trina Turk collection at New York Home Fashions Market

New York – Revman International will add a California vibe to its showroom with the debut of a new designer collection next month.

The company has signed its latest licensing agreement with designer Trina Turk, who is known for bold signature prints and colorful aesthetic. The collection will debut next month at the New York Home Fashions Market for launch at retail next spring.

The Trina Turk collection will encompass three three signature pattern groups offered in comforter sets, duvet sets, sheet sets, and embellished decorative pillows. The sheets will be printed on cotton percale and the outer bedding will be lush cotton sateen.

A collection of cotton quilt sets will also be available in both prints and solid colors.

“Trina Turk is an extremely talented designer who has developed an outstanding signature brand that resonates with a wide range of consumers who respond to her modern, optimistic style,” said Richard Roman, president and ceo of Revman International. “She brings something very fresh and timely to the market and we are proud to have her join our portfolio of lifestyle brands.”

Revman will expand the offering to include beach and bath towels for summer 2018.

“We look forward to joining Revman’s outstanding coterie of brands to bring the print and color driven aesthetic of Trina Turk to the home market”, adds Trina Turk.

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