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Calvin Klein Home in larger space for High Point Market

HIGH POINT — Calvin Klein Home will be in a larger space at next month's High Point Market and plans to introduce more than 50 SKUs in its two furniture collections.

The company will show at Union Square, 410 English Road, moving from its previous space in the C&D Building.


At 13,200 square feet, the new showroom is about 800 square feet larger than the former space, but the layout allows for an improved lifestyle presentation of the brands, the company said.

More than 25 of the new designs will be in the Calvin Klein Curator Collection, including upholstery, accent and occasional groups, bedroom and dining room. The use of American black walnut solids with a saddle finish and naturally finished walnut veneers lend a "rich theme of understated luxury" to the new pieces, according to the company.

Retail prices for the collection range from $690 to $8,900.

Another 25-plus SKUs will be added to the Calvin Klein Furniture line, which the company says takes a "youthful, accessible and relaxed" approach. New products are offered in upholstery, dining room, occasional and bedroom, including a bed with built-in storage.

Introductions in the line will continue in the current price range, including $1,499 to $1,799 for beds, occasional and dining tables at $599 to $1,100, and sofas at $1,599 to $1,999. The Calvin Klein Furniture line was recently rolled out at select Bon-Ton stores' furniture galleries and continues to be offered at the Lord & Taylor flagship store in New York.

All of Calvin Klein Home furniture designs are conceptualized by Amy Mellen, creative director.

The company also designs and markets other licensed products, including fabrics, bed and bath, tabletop and gifts, table linens and rugs. The latest addition, available this fall, will be a line of fragrances for the home, including candles and diffusers.

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