New exhibitors showing during textiles week
Retail Editor 1 -- Home Textiles Today, January 3, 2014
White Plains, N.Y. - New bed, bath and linen vendors are joining next month's Home Textiles Market Week in New York, which runs in tandem with the NY Now show at the Javits Center and New York Gift Week at showroom building 230 Fifth Ave.
Emerging brands like Anne Lewis and Haptic Labs will join more established market brands such as Chilewich, Kim Seybert, Matouk, Sefte said Christian Falkenberg, NY Now director and senior vice president of show organizer GLM.
At the Javits center, new textiles exhibitors will show in the Home collection, which is located on Level 3 of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.
Newcomers include: Anne Lewis (pillows); Art Age Pvt. Ltd. (bedding and rugs); Block and Brayer (pillows); Daivd Fussenegger Textil GmbH (blankets and throws); Elaiva Bathrobes (beach towels); Haptic Lab (quilted maps); Japan Blanket Association (throws, pillows); Lori Harrison (pillows); Original Depler (placemats and dinnerware); Tracy Sachs Ltd. (kitchen and dining room textiles); and Trekatte Sheets (duvets, kitchen linens).
Nine home fashions suppliers will return to NY Now following a hiatus: Archival Décor, CLM Enterprises, European Art Design, Freckeled Sage, LE Cluny, Margo Selby, Mike & Ally, nuloom rugs, sefte and Suchiras Inc.
Five new home textiles showrooms are set to debut at 230 Fifth Avenue for the winter market. Newcomers include: M & Z Marketing Group Inc. (bath products, home textiles, kitchen accessories and tabletop), Sferra Fine Linens (luxury bedding, bath and table linens), Tessitura Toscana Telerie USA, Inc. (home textiles and luxury linens), Thompson Ferrier (home fragrance and giftware), and Triple Luxe Gallery (home textiles and luxury linens).
NY Now takes place from Feb. 1-6. Additional information on textiles exhibitors showing there and at 230 Fifth Ave. is available online at www.nyhometextilesmarketweek.com.
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