Designer and Distributor, Brunschwig & Fils, Retains Rubenstein Public Relations

Jun 09, 2010, 10:31 ET from Rubenstein Public Relations

NEW YORK, June 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Design and distribution company, Brunschwig & Fils ( has retained Rubenstein Public Relations ( to raise awareness of its 109-year legacy and promote the company's CEO as an authority on design and style. The agency will also develop a comprehensive digital strategy on behalf of the company.

Richard Rubenstein, president of Rubenstein Public Relations (RPR), said: "Perfecting its craft for over a century, Brunschwig & Fils continues to create timeless and enduring designs that appeal to a wide range of aesthetics. Leading the company in the 21st Century is its fourth-generation CEO, Olivier Peardon, a visionary who fortified his unique expertise and eye for design through specialized training in Europe prior to taking over at the helm of the company."

Rubenstein Public Relations will leverage Brunschwig & Fils' century-long history to differentiate the brand from its competitors and develop a visible digital profile for the company through increased online coverage and an enhanced website. The agency will also work to increase Brunschwig & Fils' profile and partnerships with Hinson & Co. and Kirk Brummel both in the United States and internationally by targeting interior designers and high-end consumers, as well as residential, retail and hotel developers.

Brunschwig & Fils, designer and distributor of contemporary and historically inspired decorative fabrics, wall coverings, trimmings, upholstered furniture, lamps, tables, mirrors and accessories, was established as a tapestry weaving mill in Aubusson and Bohain, France. Today the company is headquartered in White Plains, New York. Working with a network of 200 raw material manufacturers worldwide, Brunschwig & Fils offers more than 22,000 fabrics and 1,200 wall coverings in designs that date back more than 200 years. The company's impressive collection ranges from documentary reproductions to modern textiles. 

SOURCE Rubenstein Public Relations