Eastern Accents to Launch Thom Filicia Line at High Point Market

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CHICAGO-Eastern Accents is preparing to debut its collection in partnership with designer Thom Filicia at the upcoming High Point Market.

The collection will consist of 60 decorative pillows, all designed with Filicia's "classic simplicity and innovative flair," according to an Eastern Accents statement. The looks combine contemporary patterns and textures with a color palette Eastern Accents described as "bright and sophisticated." The line will also offer four throws featuring "a striking, variegated color effect."

Eastern Accents will mark the collection's launch with a signing of Filicia's most recent book, "American Beauty," during High Point Market. The company will hold a reception at its High Point showroom, room G-1000 at the Suites at Market Square, on Oct. 21 from 3-5 p.m.

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