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Feather & Black hires creative & product director

Feather & Black, the luxury bedroom furniture retailer, has appointed Nicky Line as creative and product director.

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Feather & Black hires creative & product director

In her new role, Line will lead the company’s product and design strategy.

With 24 years’ experience in the retail sector, Line’s previous roles include stints in buying and product development at Marks & Spencer and as buying director for Australian furniture retailer, Oz Design Furniture. She also funded and ran her own Australian online bedroom retail brand, BedNest.com

Daniel Wade, managing director of Feather & Black, said: “We’re excited to have Nicky join our ever expanding team and look forward to seeing her bring her global experience as both a retailer and entrepreneur to help bring Feather & Black’s proposition to life through product, story-telling and brand development.”

Founded in 2004, the brand has 25 regional stores across the UK.

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