Meghan King Edmonds of the Real Housewives of Orange County and K. Hall Studio Collaborate to Create 'The King Collection by K. Hall Studio'

The King Collection by K. Hall Studio

K. Hall Studio, a St. Louis-based home fragrance and personal care company, has added a new collection of products called "The King Collection by K. Hall Studio." K. Hall Studio has collaborated in the design of the new collection with Meghan King Edmonds of the Real Housewives of Orange County to create a new line of fragrance products that depict style, grace and sophistication.

"It is such an honor for me to be able to participate in the design and creation of this new collection with K. Hall Studio. The King Collection name is important to me because 'King' is my maiden name and the middle name of my infant daughter, Aspen. The debut fragrance, 'Fifteen' is equally as important to me because it was my husband, Jim Edmonds, number when he played Major League Baseball," said Meghan King Edmonds.

"We wanted to create a collection of products that truly depict Meghan's natural beauty and elegance. We believe the beautiful fragrance and gorgeous packaging have captured what Meghan and K. Hall Studio have worked together to create," said Scott P. Miller, CEO of K. Hall Studio.

"We wanted to create a collection of products that truly depict Meghan's natural beauty and elegance. We believe the beautiful fragrance and gorgeous packaging have captured what Meghan and K. Hall Studio have worked together to create."

Scott P. Miller, CEO of K. Hall Studio

All K. Hall Studio products are handcrafted in small batches in St. Louis, MO. All products contain no parabens or petrochemicals and are cruelty free.

The current retail lines manufactured by K. Hall Studio are Barr-Co., K. Hall Designs, Simpatico, U.S. Apothecary and the newest line, The King Collection by K. Hall Studio. To learn more about K. Hall Studio and the newest product offerings, visit www.khallstudio.com.

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Source: K. Hall Studio