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High Point, N.C. – Luxury bedding designer Ann Gish is adding a new category to her assortment at High Point Market this weekend. More
Dalton, Ga. – Kaleen is coming to High Point Market with several new collections, some of them representing new constructions, for its rug and broadloom assortment. More
Norcross, Ga. – Jaipur is set to showcase an expanded product assortment at High Point Market, marked by 400 new introductions across the brand’s portfolio of rugs, pillows, poufs and throws. More
Somerset, N.J. – Kas is heading to High Point Market this weekend armed with more than 100 new rugs as well as new dec pillows styles. More
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October 11, 2016Now that all of the towels have been folded, the beds remade and all those gazillions of pillows, quilts and rugs put back in their proper places, it seems only appropriate for a New York Home Fashions Market week download: • Business Ain’t Easy. While the whining was generally kept to a minimum, when you asked, you got pretty much the same answer about business being soft. And why not: you’ve got at least half of the biggest retailers in the category — Target, Bed Bath & Beyond, Macy’s, Kohl’s, Sears and Kmart — basically reporting flat sales. • Vendors Are ...
October 11, 2016Home textiles suppliers exhibiting at last month’s New York Home Fashions Market generally agreed that business at retail is, at best, uneven. In a trend that been in place since the country emerged from the recession, whether sales are brisk or blasé varies by retailer. And within each individual retailer, the performance in home textiles rises or falls by category. Certainly, the roster of quarterly reports that arrived just prior to market reflected that. Of 25 leading retailers of home textiles who reported results in August and September, nine saw total sales slip. Those included Top 10 retailers Bed ...
September 20, 2016Yes, everybody’s buzzing about the Welspun situation and what it will portend for the industry at large. The bankruptcy of South Korea’s Hanjin Shipping Co. is sending container shipping rates up, ugh. And during market previews in recent days, several people were still awaiting goods that got held up because China’s government shut down factories to clear the air for the G20 meeting in the Hangzhou area, where the summit was held Sept. 4-5. It feels like global events are swamping the nuts and bolts of the business of making attractive home textiles. But enough about the ...
Welcome to POSH, the new publication on the luxury home textiles market from Home & Textiles Today. Take a look and you’ll see features on fashion, but there’s also much more on demographics, marketing and trend directions. And watch for the debut later this summer of the POSH e-newsletter as well as the next print edition this winter. Click on the cover image above to take you to the digital edition of the very first POSH.
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