Jaipur Living unveils first look book at High Point Market
April 25, 2017,
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Shot on location with Jaipur Living’s team members, as well as models, dancers and children all interacting with the brand’s rugs, pillows, poufs and throws, Freedom Habitat welcomes spring with a fresh, fashion-forward aesthetic.
“The striking imagery of our Freedom Habitat look book speaks to the diversity of our team while embracing how truly unique and special a person’s individual style is,” said Asha Chaudhary, president of Jaipur Living.
The limited-edition publication is on display in the Jaipur Living showroom in High Point, where buyers and designers may peruse copies and also view large-scale graphics layered into the lifestyle-driven rug displays.
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“Beyond being our first true look book, Freedom Habitat also marks the first time we’ve ever featured models in our marketing as a way to capture and bring to life the ease and whimsy of everyday living,” Kurczewski said. “Until now, the only people who have ever appeared in our collateral have been the artisans who are creating our products.”
The Freedom Habitat look book is available digitally and at the Jaipur Living showroom during the spring High Point market.
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