Jonathan Fawcett Unveils Full JF Collection, Honouring British Heritage

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Jonathan Fawcett has fully launched its JF Collection of bed linen. The collection pays homage to the brand’s British heritage, with each design named after a manor house in the UK.

It is defined by two distinct offerings; the Timeless and Signature collections, which together consist of more than 20 exclusive designs, each offering a variation on elegance and timeless style using the highest quality materials and techniques.

The JF Collection will be accompanied by an exclusive range of KG Collection tableware from Kevin Glancy, which will launch in full later this year. A preview of the KG Collection was held at the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show and many clients have already placed orders for pieces from this unique range of tableware and accessories.

Jonathan Fawcett, company founder of Jonathan Fawcett, says: “Sitting alongside the KG Collection, the JF Collection showcases how far our two companies have come during almost three decades of shared history. Our passion and years of experience working on projects of all sizes and scope have enabled us to make informed decisions about the designs that have earned a place in the JF Collection, and which best illustrate our commitment to perfection and epitomise our company motto of ‘detail is everything’.

“For the JF Collection we have taken the very best from our treasured archives and created completely new designs. The collection will act as a starting point for all our clients’ projects moving forward. Regardless of taste, there truly is something to reflect every personality in the JF Collection and clients can still put their own twist on their choices by using our bespoke service.”

Named after distinguished British manor houses, the Timeless and Signature designs include Kensington, Beaufort, Savoy and Clarence.The level of detail in the design ranges from one embroidered line and single hemstitch to contrast borders and intricate embroidery.

Jonathan says: “We decided to use the names of prestigious residences as a nod to the company’s British roots. In our industry, it is commonplace for designs to be named after exotic influences. Of course, we travel the world to source the very best craftspeople, materials and pieces, but the fact we remain headquartered in the UK is a hugely important asset to both our business and our sister company, Kevin Glancy. By naming each design in the JF Collection after a different manor house, we hope to emphasise this heritage.”

The Jonathan Fawcett team is now finalising a selection of swatch books and collection folders that will contain the entire range and which can be previewed to designers and clients around the world. Perhaps the most highly valued benefit of both the KG Collection and the JF Collection is the exclusivity of the patterns. Clients simply cannot find these designs anywhere else in the world.

The Kevin Glancy team is also adding the finishing touches to the KG Collection and the project team is currently travelling the world to source the finest suppliers, materials and products to complete the collection.

Kevin Glancy and Jonathan Fawcett will unveil a new showroom in 2017, which has been entirely redesigned and fitted to perfectly showcase the KG Collection and JF Collection in full.