Gibson Teams with Designer Tutera

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COMMERCE, Calif.-Gibson Overseas has allied with designer and wedding planner David Tutera to create a collection of tabletop products and housewares.

The line will include flatware and glassware, with a design that will blend with the multicultural audience of his television show, "David Tutera: Unveiled," which airs on WEtv.

"By joining forces with Gibson's industry strength, David's impressive design talent and aspiration for mass appeal will reach a much broader audience," said Grace Saari, Gibson's marketing director.

Tutera said, "Gibson truly understands my vision, and I hope that the consumer appreciates the thoughtful designs and distinctive style that is going into creating this special collection that I am honored to share with them."

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