NEW YORK — Fond of entertaining, Oscar de la Renta is known to make guests feel right at home and now he is extending that feeling of hospitality through his home collection.
In stores starting in January, the revitalized home line now has a 100-piece-strong gift and entertaining component that is being produced in-house for the first time. The island theme and color scheme are reminiscent of de la Renta’s life in the Dominican Republic, where he loves to entertain. Dinnerware, barware, serving pieces, hurricane lamps, picture frames, candles and games are among the assortment that will be sold in the designer’s freestanding boutiques and through select stores. E-commerce is expected to be added to the fold late this year or in early 2013.
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