Macy’s Hotel Collection co-brands with luxury boutique inns

Macy's co-branding with Akwaaba Bed & Breakfast Inn

This 3-piece comforter set from Macy’s Akwaaba Inns for Hotel Collection features a digitally printed lace-like pattern on Pima cotton.

New York – Hospitality entrepreneur Monique Greenwood, former Essence magazine editor-in-chief, is applying her eye for distinctive design to Macy’s Hotel Collection.

The retailer today announced the launch of a limited edition collection that reflects the sensibilities of Akwaaba Bed and Breakfast Inns, which are sited in architecturally-rich buildings in New Orleans, Cape May, N.J., Washington DC, Philadelphia, The Pocono Mountains and Brooklyn, N.Y.

The curated Akwaaba Inns for Hotel Collection includes bedding, pillows, throws, duvets, bath towels, robes, slippers and tabletop. Prices range from $22.99-$259.99, and the line is now on, Macy’s mobile app and at select Macy’s department stores nationwide.

Macy's co-branded collection with Akwaaba Bed & Breakfast Inn

Akwaaba Bed & Breakfast Inn’s printed kimono for the Macy’s Hotel collection is made from 100% Tencel with a Pima cotton hem.

“I’m overjoyed to offer style-conscious consumers evrerywhere the kind of sumptuous bed and bath items and elegant tabletop pieces that lead to unforgettable experiences, which is what we’re all about at Akwaaba Bed & Breakfast Inns,” said Greenwood, founder and CEO of Akwaaba Bed & Breakfast Inns. “This collaboration with Macy’s is the manifestation of a vision-board goal I’ve had for nearly eight years.”

Designs in the collection include geometric patterns and textures in natural fabrics and earthy hues that aim to deliver a “global meets modern luxe” vibe.

Akwaaba Inns co-branded Macy's tabletop

Tabletop in the new collection includes glassware, trays, coasters, appetizer plates and a tea pot.

Stephanie Muehlhausen, Macy’s senior fashion director for home, lauded Greenwood’s unique style in home décor.

“As part of our social purpose platform, Mission Every One, we are committed to partnering with diverse designers and using Macy’s platform to showcase their talents,” she added. “This latest collaboration will provide our customers with more modern choices to express their personal style at home.”


Macy’s to launch combo store prototype as it accelerates off-mall strategy

The Good, the Bad & the Ugly: Macy’s | Warren Shoulberg