Hotel Designer Roger Thomas Signs on With Phillips Collection

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HIGH POINT, N.C.--Acclaimed hotel and furniture designer Roger Thomas has partnered with The Phillips Collection to offer a licensed collection that will debut next year. Thomas, known for his interiors at Las Vegas' Bellagio, Wynn Las Vegas and Encore at Wynn Las Vegas and Wynn Macau and Encore Macau, already has licensed products in his Roger Thomas Collection, which includes mirrors, furniture, carpet, sustainable lighting and outdoor furnishings.

Mark Phillips, president and CEO, Phillips Collection, said, "We couldn't be more excited about working with a designer as iconic as Roger. He not only brings a sophistication and cache to the table but he also will further elevate our design position."

"We have great expectations for The Roger Thomas Collection, which we will be debuting in 2013," added Jason Phillips, vice president and creative director. "While these are the earliest stages of the process, I can share that we are working on some extraordinary sculptural forms, wall decor, vessels and containers, and accessories for indoor and outdoor settings."

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