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Celebrity stylist Tina Chai selects Bohemian fashion for Robin Bruce
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Apr '08
The Robin Bruce collection of upholstered furniture is a distinctive home fashion statement which applies the best style inspirations to fabrics and furniture styles.

The new collection to debut at High Point Market draws inspiration from a Bohemian sensibility and a layering of color, pattern and texture.

Special guest, celebrity stylist Tina Chai has worked closely with our in-house team to develop a signature look for Robin Bruce, which will appear at retail in July.

Tina brings her love of fashion and travel to her styling of this new collection for Robin Bruce. Her personal mantra is to create a home environment that is adaptable to introducing a new accent pillow or rug or lamp.

“A home is a work in progress. You should avoid believing that a room is ever finished,” explains Tina. “You should always be open to finding a great new piece to bring into the décor.”

With that in mind, Tina's selection of fabrics for Robin Bruce harmoniously creates a Bohemian, upscale look. Botanicals, plaids, stripes and gingham are anchored by solids. Colors compliment and patterns enhance. Overlapping textures add dimension.

Tina Chai is recognized nationally as a stylist for leading fashion and lifestyle magazines as well as for celebrity photo shoots.

She works to create “the look” for the photo shoot or “the concept” for the presentation of a particular brand. Her work has appeared in Vogue, InStyle, Glamour, Mademoiselle, Details, Harper's Bazaar and most recently in Domino magazine as the cover story about Amanda Peet's house for which Tina oversaw the interior styling.


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