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 Robin Wilson has new hypoallergenic textile brand On Jan. 2, Macy’s will launch the Clean…

 Robin Wilson has new hypoallergenic textile brand

On Jan. 2, Macy’s will launch the Clean Design Home  x Martex collection in stores, making history as Robin Wilson, author, designer and creative director for the brand Robin Wilson Home represents the first global, licensed hypoallergenic textile brand founded by a Black American female. Featuring an assortment of textiles focused on keeping asthma and allergy triggers — like dust mites, pet dander, pollen — under control, the line includes pillows, sheet sets, comforters, robes, towels and allergen-barrier utility options for mattress and pillow protection. The minimalist palette includes white, gray, light blue, ivory and blush. After the launch, WestPoint Home plans to distribute the collection through its website, as well as select department and specialty stores, starting in the spring. Pricing goes from $15 to $275. Online preview starts Sunday. For information, go to cleandesignhome.com.

Bundled, a women-owned small business based in Commerce Township, partners with 50 other small business owners and vendors across the state of Michigan to send gifts for any occasion.

Bundled can send gifts for all occasions

For curated product selections, Bundled, a women-owned small business based in Commerce Township, partners with 50 other small business owners and vendors across the state to send gifts for any occasion. The company also hires individuals with disabilities from Services to Enhance Potential (STEP) who are an essential part of its warehouse operations. In addition to pre-made gift bundles, customers can build their own bundle with a la carte items that fit their needs and budget. Go to bundledmi.com.

The Kidde 10-Year Worry-Free Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Combination Detector with Voice Alarm

 Prevent kitchen fires

The kitchen is the heart of the home, especially during the holiday season, which is why it’s important to know what you can do to prevent a fire. The Home Depot offers simple safety tips for entertaining:

►  Clean your oven, toaster oven, stovetop, and other appliances, removing crumbs or leftover grease.

►    Keep a kitchen fire extinguisher behind you while cooking so you don’t have to reach over flames if you need it.

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