Iffat Khan to Design for IMAX

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TULSA, Okla.-IMAX Corporation yesterday announced a licensing agreement with designer Iffat Khan. The collection, IKHAN - Iffat Khan for IMAX, will include pillows and home accessories. The new products will debut at the Atlanta Gift & Home Furnishings Market, scheduled for Jan. 9-16.

The majority of the IKHAN products being introduced are down insert accent pillows which feature high quality materials such as linen and silk and handcrafted details like handbeading and heavy embroidery.

"We are extremely excited about our newest collaboration," said Rex Yoakley, vice president of sales for IMAX. "Iffat not only brings style and design to the table, but a wealth of experience and industry knowledge."

 

Iffat Khan will be available in IMAX's Atlanta showroom Jan. 9-11.

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