Indecor Partners with Tim Gunn on Textiles Line

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NEW YORK-Indecor Home Design, a division of Bentex Group, has reached an agreement with Tim Gunn, chief creative officer for Liz Claiborne, for a licensed collection of home textiles under Gunn's name.

Gunn is collaborating with Indecor to create a line that will include bedding, bath products, window treatments and pet products. The collection will be introduced at next month's New York Home Fashions Market. Indecor said in a statement that it is planning to launch the line at retail in spring 2014.

Aside from his role at Liz Claiborne, Gunn has authored books on style such as "Tim Gunn: A Guide to Quality, Taste & Style." He is also the host of the Bravo network's "Tim Gunn's Guide to Style," and has appeared on "Project Runway."

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