International Developments - South America | Home Textiles Today
Friant, Calif. – The showroom of the Specialty Sleep Association (SSA) at the upcoming Las Vegas Market will showcase a broad assortment of mattresses, bedding and home furnishings from 31 manufacturers and retailers. More
Las Vegas – The Las Vegas Market “First Look” trend presentation and curated display will showcase four trending themes at the event’s summer edition, July 31-August 4. More
Washington--The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) is soliciting proposals from manufacturers for a wide range bedroom products to be included in its Official Products program. More
Los Angeles -- Abbyson Living is taking an all-encompassing approach to its business with its new campaign and rebranding effort aimed at serving a broader range of customers. More
To highlight its new Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines products, Loloi is creating a dedicated showroom at the Las Vegas Market. More
Minneapolis – John Robshaw’s colorful, India-inspired prints are making an unexpected appearance in the mass market. More
Charlotte, N.C. -- International pillow and protector supplier ViscoSoft is coming to the Las Vegas Market with its new Infiniti memory foam mattress program. More
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August 25, 2016It has not gone unnoticed since Target dropped a bomb on Welspun a few days ago that wink-wink, nudge-nudge textile labeling is rather the norm than the exception at volume retail. This is frequently true in matters pertaining to Egyptian cotton. Egypt’s cotton production is small, not even in the top 10, and declining. Yet “Egyptian cotton” can be found on home textile labels everywhere from fine linens boutiques to Walmart. For as long as mass merchants have craved “luxury at a price” in their sheet and towel assortments, someone has found a way to accommodate them. You can ...
Home Alone 3
August 25, 2016The global home textiles industry is rapidly – and very suddenly – coming to grips with the idea that it needs to look before it leaps. With reports of a big retailer – Target – cancelling its business with a large global supplier – and pulling the products from its shelves – because what was inside the package didn’t match the labeling, there is now real debate about making sure customers are getting what they are being told they are getting. For those in the global home textiles industry, this does not come as a shock, even if the particulars of who got caught – Welspun ...
Home Alone 3
August 18, 2016Remember the old days when if you were a factory in Asia all you had to do was to be able to manufacture textiles product inexpensively and find a way to efficiently get them from your loading dock to retailers and importers around the world. Ah, those were indeed the good old days. As the textiles world gathers in China next week for Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles the road to global success is very different. Just being a low-cost producer with a good logistics department isn’t enough anymore. Many things have changed, but as it has with just about ...
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.
- Maison & Objet
September 2, 2016 - September 6, 2016
September 7, 2016 - September 9, 2016
- H&TT Global Home Show
September 18, 2016 - September 22, 2016