Esquire magazine, published by Hearst, will unveil a line of home furnishings designed to represent the Esquire reader's lifestyle, with a focus on luxury, sophistication and comfort. The collection will include upholstery, rugs and home accents, and materials include distressed leathers, neutral twills and tweeds, similar to menswear, and polished nickel finishes and black glass, evoking a cool and contemporary style. Licensing partner Halo, based in the UK and Hong Kong, will show the line at High Point Market from April 17-22, 2010.
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