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Oscar De La Renta Selects Oriental Accent As Licensee To Expand Home Collection - High Point Introduction

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Oscar de la Renta, Ltd. announced that they have selected Dallas-based Oriental Accent, Inc. as a licensee to develop a line of accessories for the Oscar de la Renta Home collection. Under the licensing agreement, Oriental Accent, Inc. will introduce lamps, wall sconces, decorative accessories, chargers, urns, bowls, vases, hurricanes and candlesticks to the growing Oscar de la Renta Home collection. Based on de la Renta’s own designs, Oriental Accent, Inc. will develop products enhancing the themes de la Renta has created in his home furnishings line, all reminiscent of his city, country and island homes and lifestyles. The new collection with Oriental Accent, Inc. will be debut in October 2005 at High Point Market in North Carolina. Since Oscar de la Renta Home debuted in 2003 with a line of high-end furniture by Century, the collection has continued to expand with the addition of hand-knotted Tibetan rugs, tabletop, fine upholstery, bedding, garden furniture and home fragrance. The collection is based on de la Renta’s own designs as well as adaptations of extraordinary pieces collected over the past 40 years. His furnishings, like his clothing, represent extraordinary style, refinement and elegance. Oscar de la Renta, Ltd. is one of the leading women's ready-to-wear design companies in the world. The company also creates, markets and manufactures women's accessories, fragrances, men's wear, home furnishings, and casual wear. www.oscardelarenta.com. Oriental Accent, Inc. is the single largest source for fine hand-painted porcelains in a vast array of traditional designs and textures, fine hand-painted and handcrafted furniture and accessories, as well as collections of sophisticated upscale casual product designs. It is a family business headquartered in Dallas, Texas, that traces its beginnings to Beijing, China in 1880.