Video: Coverage of the Fall NY Home Fashions Market
September 18, 2013,
Join HTT Editorial Director Warren Shoulberg and Editor-in-Chief Jennifer Marks as they report from the Fall 2013 New York Home Fashions Market. Each day they will share news about the trends coming out of showrooms and the hot topics of the market week. Click on the video players below to see the latest reports. Click on the video players below to see each day's report. Also, feel free to comment on the videos below in our TalkBack section located at the bottom of this section. Click on "Post a Comment." This video section is sponsored by Lenzing.
Wednesday, 25 Sept. 2013 - HTT Editor-in-Chief Jennifer Marks interviews Rich Roman, President and CEO of home textiles brand specialist Revman International, in the company's new showroom in the Empire State Building. Roman discusses the importance of celebrity and designer brands. The company's licenses include Tommy Hilfiger, Laura Ashley, Tommy Bahama, Vera Wang, Eddie Bauer, Nautica, Marimekko, Steve Madden, Candice Olsen and Perry Ellis.
Tuesday, 24 Sept. 2013 - HTT Editorial Director Warren Shoulberg talks to Debra J. Mednick, Executive Director, and Home Industry Analyst, for market research firm The NPD Group. She discusses home furnishings trends, plus how the online business segment is impacting home textiles and how online purchasing patterns are different than in-store purchases.
Monday, 23 Sept. 2013 - In today's video, they touch on the opportunities available due to big changes in the area of department store branding, such as the re-introduction of the Ralph Lauren brand and the de-emphasizing of Lauren. They also discuss suppliers moving into new showrooms and the issue of cotton prices.
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