Anne de Solene debuts Jacadi line
HTT Staff -- Home Textiles Today, 3/4/2013 9:13:35 AM
Paris - Infant bedding and bath house Jacadi has selected Anne de Solene to design and manufacture a collection for older children.
Anne de Solene will introduce four designs in three sizes: baby, twin and queen. Designs include prints, solids and French-made embroideries. All bed linens are made of long-staple cotton.
Many retailers report that more parents are purchasing queen sized bedding for their young children as they are going from crib directly to queen and not first using a twin sized bed. This is somewhat geographical, being seen primarily in California and Texas," said Eric Paner, U.S. national sales manager for Anne de Solene.
Anne de Solene debuted the line at Maison & Objet in January.
Jacadi operates more than 285 shops worldwide. The partnership with Anne de Solene provides an opportunity for brand distribution through additional retailers.
This is exciting for me as a buyer. Luxury bedding is almost non existent for kids and store salespeople report to our office that they are being asked for better quality, designed bedding. Gone are the days of cheap polycotton and mass market. That's fine for the low, no margin end. We as retailers need the best qualtiy and more margin for Home to be successful. I wish that you would show pictures from the collection online. I will track Anne de Solene down and ask for details.Alison Wykoff - 2013-03-12 21:56:53 EDT
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