In 1968, an ambitious young upstart from the Bronx named Calvin Klein got his start in the fashion world by opening a tiny boutique in a New York City hotel. Within a year Klein and his understated, elegant clothes were making regular appearances in the pages of Vogue and other fashion magazines, and soon Calvin Klein evolved into a multimillion-dollar company. Today Klein's empire includes around a dozen labels, including Calvin Klein and the Calvin Klein Collection. The chic minimalism that has made Calvin Klein's fashion so iconic also characterizes Calvin Klein Home, the luxurious furniture and home accessories brand launched in 1995. Super-soft duvet sets, sheets, and other bedding for the bedroom, Egyptian cotton towels and robes for the bath, flatware and table linens for the dining room, and upholstered furniture are just some of the many essentials offered in this expansive collection. Patterns and designs range from abstract, barely-there prints and straightforward geometric shapes to solid colors; all are distinctive yet restrained (natch).