AICO/Amini Innovation, Corp. announced that it will celebrate the success of the recent launch of its design collaboration between Michael Amini and Jane Seymour. An opening celebration has been scheduled for Saturday, April 17th at 5pm, in the Commerce wing of the IHFC building, showroom #C802. The Michael Amini & Jane Seymour launch party is an exclusive event that will feature live entertainment, hors d’oeuvres, champagne, and refreshments for all guests. Michael Amini, Jane Seymour will be present throughout the evening to welcome the retailers, media, and other special guests.
The co-branding is an industry first, and this High Point market showcases the three current collections of their design collaboration. The three collections of furniture being featured are: Palace Gates, which is an opulent traditional group; Cobblestone Road, which is a casual, transitional group with a European flair; and Hollywood Swank, which is a contemporary, transitional group that borrows from retro and nostalgia styles, with a contemporary twist. Each collection has been influenced by various aspects of Seymour’s life, from her English heritage, to her Hollywood roots, and is brought together by Amini’s design flair and his experiences from around the world. Elements in the collections range from glass, to metal, to sumptuous fabrics, to deeply carved wood, to special finish techniques, and some even include hand paintings that are inspired by Seymour’s own artwork.
“We had such a fantastic response to our new collections in Las Vegas, that I wanted to make sure the people who were unable to attend would be given the same opportunity here in High Point to view Jane’s contributions to the AICO line. To make High Point extra special, we have added several pieces to the collections that have never before been seen,” AICO’s founder, and CEO, Michael Amini said.
Because of the magnitude of the new introductions, Amini has decided to host an opening celebration on opening day for retailers, as well as press members, to present them the opportunity of a one-on-one with he and Jane.
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