Revman to Offer Trina Turk Bedding

Designer’s line to debut at next month’s textiles market
August 22, 2017David Gill

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NEW YORK-Revman International has reached an agreement with designer Trina Turk to market a licensed line of bedding under the Turk brand.

The initial Trina Turk collection will debut at the Revman showroom during the New York Home Fashions Market in September and is slated to launch at retail in spring 2018. It will consist of three signature pattern groups offered in comforter sets, duvet sets, sheet sets and embellished decorative pillows.

The sheets will be printed on cotton percale and the outer bedding will be cotton sateen. Also part of the collection will be cotton quilt sets in both prints and solid colors.

“Trina Turk is an extremely talented designer who has developed an outstanding signature brand that resonates with a wide range of consumers who respond to her modern, optimistic style,” said Richard Roman, Revman’s president and CEO. “She brings something very fresh and timely to the market, and we are proud to have her join our portfolio of lifestyle brands.”

Among Revman’s other designer brands are Laura Ashley, Candice Olson, Adrienne Vittadini, Perry Ellis and ED by Ellen DeGeneres.

David GillDavid Gill | Contributing Editor

David Gill is a contributing editor to HFN.


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