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Style Sisters further expand their brand with new home textiles deal

Lifestyle duo, the Style Sisters are further expanding their brand, with a new deal secured with home textiles supplier, Turner Bianca.

The range is in the final stages of development and will launch to buyers at the upcoming INDX Homewares show in February. The Style Sisters will be attending on 21 February to host a series of meet and greets.

“This latest signing will see Gemma Lilly and Charlotte Reddington work alongside Turner Bianca’s creative design team to develop a range of stylish home textiles, including bedding, cushions, throws and more,” commented Francesca Lisle, md at Lisle Licensing which brokered the partnership. “The look and feel of the Style Sisters home textiles range will embrace the bold and modern style for which they have become renowned, and perfectly aligns with the rest of the consumer product ranges developed by other licensing partners including Hunter Price and Sebnini.”

Illana Middleton, brands manager at Turner Bianca, continued: “We are delighted to be working in collaboration with the Style Sisters. Gemma and Charlotte have a clear vision for their brand, which laid the foundations for a successful and fun creative process.

“Turner Bianca is committed to strong customer relationships, innovation in product design and has a mission to deliver well designed, sustainable, ethically sourced, quality products at competitive prices. The addition of the Style Sisters to our select portfolio of brands is something we feel strongly reflects the Turner Bianca ethos. We are very excited to launch the Style Sisters home textile collection with our retail partners in autumn/winter 2023.”

Turner Bianca has robust quality assurance, strict ethical standards and is fully committed to sustainability. Its global sourcing network and versatile routes to market further strengthens the collaboration with the Style Sisters, who have created an aspirational brand based on beautiful but functional lifestyle products for the home.

Francesca continued: “Once again we’ve been fortunate to secure the very best partner for the Style Sisters and have truly begun to create a ‘family’ of licensees who all resonate with Charlotte and Gemma, as well as our vision for the brand. We look forward to showcasing the first designs at  the INDX Homewares show in February and building towards an AW launch at retail later this year.”

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