Hudson’s Bay names Gluckstein home design ambassador
TORONTO – Hudson’s Bay, this country’s last remaining traditional and national department store chain has named interior designer Brian Gluckstein as its new Home Design Ambassador.
For the past 15 years, he has built his GlucksteinHome brand of furniture, furnishings, accessories and kitchenware at Hudson’s Bay.
In his new role, the company – a division of the publicly-held Hudson’s Bay Company (which also operates Lord & Taylor in the United States as well as other banners) – said he will inspire customers to find “perfect design solutions” through its assortment of brands.
“We are thrilled to continue our important relationship with Brian Gluckstein as our new Home Design Ambassador,” Hudson’s Bay president Alison Coville said. “We want our customers to feel inspired to create the home of their dreams. Brian’s impeccable sense of style, his approach to interpreting trends for our customer, and of course his incredible charisma make him the perfect fit to speak to our curated selection of the very best for every room in the house.”
For spring 2018, Hudson’s Bay will feature Gluckstein in seasonal home look books, print marketing and on thebay.com via a series of videos that showcase his must-haves for updating your home.
“For me, Hudson’s Bay is about the best of the best, available at all price points,” Gluckstein said. “Having a greater role as Home Design Ambassador is a natural evolution for me. I’m excited not only to continue to design my own collection, but to communicate Hudson's Bay’s overall vision and promote good design across the entire home category.”
Among his must-haves for spring 2018 is a classic Le Creuset 4.2 quart French Dutch Oven, which he has used for years and says is "colourful and full of personality", to Mikasa's Aventura Stoneware in gorgeous shades of blue, which he describes as “perfectly imperfect.” All of Gluckstein’s picks can be found in Hudson's Bay’s homebook which is now available in store and online at thebay.com.