Revman to Debut Kevin O'Brien Collection

NEW YORK-Revman and designer Kevin O'Brien have partnered for a licensed collection of bedding products.

Branded as The Tallulah Collection by Kevin O'Brien (named after O'Brien's daughter), the initial launch consists of four duvet ensembles, each with coordinating decorative pillows and a signature burn-out velvet coverlet, along with shams in different colorways. According to a Revman statement, the designs are a mix of global and contemporary influences, with an eclectic and creative edge.

Kevin O'Brien Studio, O'Brien's company, produces its own textiles, which are geared toward the luxury market and which are made from handpainted velvets and printed fabrics. These are sold to interior designers, high-end department stores and boutiques. Of the Revman line, O'Brien said it is an opportunity to bring his fabrics and design style "to nearly everyone."

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