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Sue Wong for English Home collection launched
Oct '11
English Home, an elite supplier of upscale home furnishings, is delighted to announce its collaboration with fashion designer, Sue Wong, on an exclusive collection of elegant and inspired bed quilts, cushion covers, curtain panels and fabrics for 2011.

Wong, who has produced collections inspired by Alice in Wonderland and Eat, Pray, Love, is renowned for her elegant red carpet dresses and classic Hollywood glamour. Her evocative pieces, which exude skilled workmanship and inspiration from historical designs, are as timeless and romantic as they are modern and this sensibility extends to the luxurious Sue Wong for English Home collection.

"The inspiration for my collection for English Home will incorporate the vintage romantic style of my glamorous Red Carpet gowns, and based upon my core aesthetic of iconic Hollywood glamour of the 1920's and 1930's with a modern twist," Wong says. "The initial Sue Wong for English Home collaboration will feature my influence of Deco Asian and Art Deco themes - a gorgeously sumptuous beginning for my association with the remarkably gifted Ms. Churchward."

Gaynor Churchward, owner and Creative Director of English Home, is equally enamored of Sue Wong. "To work with a designer as well established and as respected as Sue is an honor for me. Sue creates some of the most beautiful dresses in the world and we are proud to take her designs into the interior design market for the first time," says Churchward.

Sue Wong's English Home collection will be sold at select showrooms throughout the U.S.

The Sue Wong for English Home Bedding, Fabrics, Curtains and Home Accents licenses collaboration was brokered by Jane Putch of Eyebait Licensing & Management.

Alluring and evocative, a Sue Wong design echoes period style while remaining modern and utterly of the moment. Whether suffused with the sensuous Hollywood glamour of her muses --- Garbo, Dietrich, Lombard -- or steeped in the mystery of a Moroccan seraglio, her creations teem with romance and a restrained opulence.

Capturing that spirit with accessible designs of exceptional glamour and beauty, Sue Wong has found a calling she revels in, as couturier to every woman. Her collection enchants as it empowers, leaving a trail of speechless romantics in its wake.

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