industry insider | Dec 5, 2017 |
Get first peek at Iris Apfel’s debut furniture collection

Style legend Iris Apfel’s first home line is launching with the Chicago-based, on-demand furniture company Cloth & Company. With prices that range from $270 to $1,200, the circus-inspired collection will be sold exclusively on HSN starting December 4.

Iris Apfel
Iris Apfel

“Iris is a true style icon and we are thrilled to be partnering with HSN to launch her first furniture line. Her bold aesthetic and flair for color has bought this collection to life and will allow everyone to have a little bit of Iris’s style in their home​,” says​ Meganne Wecker, co-founder of Cloth & Company and chief creative officer at Skyline Furniture.

Shares Carmen Bauza, chief merchandising officer for HSN, “Iris Apfel’s whimsical approach to life, fashion and individuality continues to inspire our customers to express themselves through their own unique style. We are excited to build upon the tremendous success that Iris has achieved at HSN in jewelry, fashion and home textiles and decor by adding an exquisite new furniture collection that reflects her passion for design and originality.​”

Iris Apfel
Pieces from Iris Apfel’s new line for Cloth & Company

“Decorating your home is a way to express your personal style, which is why I’ve partnered with Cloth & Company to create this furniture collection for HSN,” says Apfel. “The bold, colorful prints in my collection reflect my unique and spirited sense of design.”

The collection is the latest in a series for the digital-printing-produced furniture brand. It produces custom product that ships within seven to nine days. Cloth & Company has previously collaborated with Oh Joy! for Target, Apartment Therapy and Bed Bath & Beyond.

Apfel has been busy—she also recently launched the Just Iris jewelry collection with Atelier Swarovski. She also worked with other designers to design a jewelry and Mongolian fur collection inspired by the film Murder on the Orient Express, also for HSN.

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