Vossen Joins Stellar Alliance's Roster

VossenNEW YORK-Austrian bath-products manufacturer Vossen has become a member of Stellar Alliance, whose partners also include Wulfing, China Home Fashions and Nile Linen.

Under the agreement, Stellar Alliance is acting as Vossen's partner for the U.S. market. The product line includes 100 percent cotton bath towels, hand towels, washcloths, wash mitts, guest towels and bath sheets in a variety of weights, sizes and designs.

A joint statement from the two companies said many of Vossen's products are made with AIRpillow technology, a fiber production technique that produces yarns that are soft to the touch, but also have a firm core. Many of the products are also made with supersoft cotton yarns, and the line also includes coordinating tub mats and freestanding terry robes and wraps.

The Vossen collection will be on display at Stellar Alliance's showroom at 1350 Broadway, room 2102, during the upcoming New York Home Fashions Market.

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