Frette Teams with Designer Rheinstein to Support Children's Institute

NEW YORK-Frette has formed a partnership with interior designer Suzanne Rheinstein to support and raise awareness for Children's Institute.

The organization is dedicated to working with children traumatized by violence. The campaign will begin tomorrow at Frette's recently opened flagship store on North Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles, with an evening of cocktails and shopping. It will continue through Oct. 4, during which Frette will donate 15 percent of all sales to Children's Institute.

To celebrate the partnership, Frette will unveil a curated window display by Rheinstein, which will remain installed throughout the campaign.

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