For the past three years, Will has worked closely with the housewares supplier, developing ranges of lifestyle products for his own lifestyle label Crisp & Dene. Will graduated from The Royal College of Art in 2000 with an MA in printed textiles.
ICTC said: ‘Will’s passion for homeware design and trends is almost tangible. His expert knowledge and professional design management experience will be used to relaunch ICTC over the coming months. Under Will’s direction, we will be driving the business forward, fully realising its rich history in developing and presenting quality trend-led lifestyle product at the forefront of the homewares market.’
ICTC has been supplying kitchenware and textiles for over 40 years. Customers include catering professionals, independent cookshops and high street retailers such as John Lewis, Lakeland and Steamer Trading.
The Norfolk-based company operates its own textiles factory and warehouse on site. The business also acts as a distributor for a range of brands from across Europe and the US. Established brands Mauviel, Gobel, La Rochere and Woll were recently joined by new brands Emma Bridgewater, Aga, La Bonne Graine and Andree Jardin.