GiGi & Company Distinctives readies NYIGF debut

Retail Editor 2, January 21, 2013

San Antonio, Texas - Luxury table linens supplier GiGi & Company Distinctives will be bringing its new collection of American-made goods to New York as it debuts at the New York International Gift Fair.

The company was founded in 2011 by Virginia Harris and Regina Piazza, foodies with a penchant for dressing tables.

The pair developed a line of fine table linens. At NYIGF, GiGi & Company will introduce the new Woven Collection, made of 100% American cotton woven in the U.S. The company will also feature its Classic Collection, which is made of European linen and hand-tailored in the U.S.

A portion of GiGi & Company's profits go to support the New Hope Initiative, a charity that focuses on bringing positive change to some of the poorest communities in the world.

Products are sold in sets of four, with suggest retail for napkin sets at $110 and placemat sets at $115.

 

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