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Marcel Wanders for M&S Christmas collection
Sep '11
On 12th October Marks & Spence (M&S) will launch an exciting new Christmas product range under the creative direction of world renowned designer, Marcel Wanders. The 'Marcel Wanders for M&S' collection is a cohesive gifting range that includes men's and women's accessories, cakes and confectionary, cosmetics, Christmas decorations and homewares. Displayed in store in a unique Marcel Wanders designed gift shop, the collection has been created to excite and surprise customers this Christmas, offering a range of individual and inspiring Christmas gifts.

This is the first time M&S has worked with a single designer to create a collection that spans a range of product areas encompassing food, clothing and home. Marcel was selected for his international reputation, as one of the world's most influential product and interior designers his work is shown in some of the world's most important collections including the Museum of Modern Art in New York and San Francisco and the V&A in London. Synonymous with cutting edge design, Marcel co-founded the internationally renowned interiors brand Moooi and has worked with a host of global design brands as well as working on architectural and interior design projects.

The collection comprises over 150 uniquely designed gifts with the Marcel Wanders gift shop present in 60 stores nationwide and a virtual shop avaible online at website. Stand out products include the unique Teddy Bear nightlight with illuminating nose, an interchangeable set of cufflinks depicting King Henry the VIII and this six wives and the must-have 'gold finger' gloves in red leather.

Marc Bolland, Chief Executive, M&S says: “Marcel Wanders is an internationally acclaimed designer and I've long admired his original and cutting edge approach to design. Marcel brings something new and exciting to our Christmas gifting range and I think our customers will be surprised and inspired by his unique and cutting edge designs.”

Marcel Wanders says: “I wanted to create a new collection of personal objects from my heart to you. Design allows us to reach out and inspire and I am so pleased M&S have joined me in my quest to make beautiful design accessible for everyone”.

Marks & Spencer

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