The Calvin Klein lifestyle of stylish simplicity, clean lines and luxurious materials is embodied in the brand’s new Fall 2011 bedding collection.
Showcasing the understated colour palette and simple shapes we’re used to seeing in Calvin Klein’s runway collections, the new bedding range includes four designs inspired by Nature. ‘Tortoise’ is a chic range in muted greys. Featuring a pattern inspired by the hexagonal print on a tortoise shell, the duvet cover and pillow cases are graphic, yet subtle. Matching decorative pillows and blankets include a hint of metallic thread, which gives an attractive sheen.
‘Tanzania’ is the most fashion influenced of the designs, with earthy brown hues and abstract lines that look like they’ve been inspired by the current ‘tribal’ trend. A Jackson Pollock-esque paint splatter on the matching sheets in desert colours makes this set feel especially modern.
‘Smoke Flower’ is perhaps the sexiest range. With a swirling floral print in tones of on-trend blue and mulberry, this range looks painterly yet isn’t too feminine. All the ranges offer minimum of 400 thread count sheets, and with masculine colours and feminine prints, they appeal to both sexes in the way that only Calvin Klein can – simple, chic and sexy.
Article written by Daniel Nelson (design writer for mydeco.com and based in the UK).