French Home Textiles Makers Team Up for NYIGF

Two pavilions will showcase French suppliers and designers under the trademarked "CreatedinFrance" label at the upcoming New York International Gift Fair, from Jan. 25 to 29.

Five home textiles producers will be included in the pavilions, which are hosted by the Paris-based Ateliers d'Art de France in partnership with the French Ministry for Foreign Trade.

The French exhibitors of home linens will include: Beauville for table linens; Garnier Thiebaut for table linens and kitchen textiles; Tissage Moutet for table linens; Robert Le Heroes for a variety of home textiles products; and Valombreuse for hand-embroidered house linens.

French manufacturers and designers of other product categories — including toys, gifts, home décor and tabletop — will also be part of the pavilions.

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