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Missoni designs Four Seasons Resort Maui furniture

Italian designer Missoni is lending its distinct style to Four Seasons Resort Maui for two of the property’s poolside cabanas that will feature Missoni furniture.


Missoni created floral fabrics that incorporate the brand’s traditional stripes and zigzags to mirror the beach setting of the property’s Serenity Pool.

The two cabanas outfitted with Missoni Home furnishings have seating and pillows in these patterns. Both cabanas offer a full view of the Pacific Ocean.

“The concept behind the Missoni cabanas at the Four Seasons Maui Resort is to offer an opportunity for our consumer base to fully experience the Missoni Home lifestyle,” said Chris Philips, brand manager at Missoni Home, New York.


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