Sam & Kate’s journeys around the globe to source the finest homeware products don’t stop at buying shows, they also include trips to many of our top brands’ HQs and factories to see the products being made and to view the their latest collections. The latest trip in the buying calendar was to one of Amara’s biggest bed linen suppliers, The French Linen Company, who expertly craft collections for huge designer brands Hugo Boss, Calvin Klein, Yves Delorme & Olivier Desforges.
With new collections for each brand ready for viewing, the girls had a busy day at The French Linen Company’s factory based in Lille, France. Each new range had been styled to perfection and we have an exclusive sneak peek at the collections just for the Amara Blog.
Calvin Klein demonstrates simple luxury for the new season, with muted hues and subtle embellishes to create a restful sleeping environment. With an emphasis on nature inspired patterns, every range can be dressed up with sparkling soft furnishings or kept sophisticated on their own.
Hugo Boss’ cool blue hues and rippling waves have us dreaming of drifting off into peaceful slumbers – making this new range an instant hit. Inspired by both organic and geometric patterns, each design in the new Hugo Boss collection is more eye-catching than the last.
Yves Delorme bed linen is the epitome of luxury, with every pillowcase, duvet cover and sheet made out of only the finest cotton with the highest of thread counts. With a selection of florals and retro geometric prints, there is 70s revival feel coming through which is perfectly on trend.
For the more daring, Olivier Desforges always offers the brightest designs in the entire French Linen Company collection. From stripes and tribal designs to animal print and vivid florals, the Olivier Desforges collection was displayed in a palette of bold and beautiful colours which will certainly have you raring to go in the morning.
All bed linen ranges in this post have been bought by our Buying Team and will be available at Amara in the new season.
What do you think of the new collections from these huge brands?