Helen of Troy is looking to sell key brands in its personal care business, but does not include its assortment of beauty care appliances, the company announced on Monday, March 11.
Lower than anticipated reorders from the U.S. e-commerce channel and a decrease in sales at brick-and-mortar stores were key factors in lower than expected fourth quarter sales at Hamilton Beach Brands.
Tristar Products is teaming with celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse to launch a new multipurpose countertop oven that will debut at the International Home + Housewares Show.
Lifetime Brands has added to its Mako line of barware with new accessories designed for summer entertaining.
Chicago Metallic, a subsidiary of Lifetime Brands, is tapping into the consumer’s increased focus on versatile bakeware. The company is combining the increased use of bakeware for savory and healthy meal solutions as well as the consumer preference for durability and quality.
Mauviel 1830 is introducing its latest line of cookware sets in vintage-style wood crates embossed with the company’s logo and place of origin. The cookware is nestled into the crates in eco-friendly straw for gifting, the company said.
Libbey will debut the Linnea line of glass serveware at the upcoming New York Tabletop Market, scheduled to be held April 2 to 5 at Forty One Madison.
Gibson will expand upon its Gibson Home Retro and Gibson Elite Lavender Cottage coordinated collections with glassware storage.
The Oneida Group has named Sean Gibson vp/marketing and product innovation. Gibson, said company officials, has an extensive background in brand management and consumer product marketing and has served since 2017 as the company’s director of marketing and innovation.
From April 6 to 10, Twin Star Home’s newly designed Market on Green building showroom will give High Point Market visitors a look at its recently debuted Downtown Loft collection and the French Country capsule collection.
Dorel noted that the fourth quarter and full year’s sales improvements at its home division came despite some customers cancelling orders in response to tariffs being imposed in the U.S. during 2018’s second half.
Twin Star Home is continuing its Style Takeover program at the High Point Market, with three lifestyle bloggers and designers each staging part of the company’s showroom.
Lékué has launched the LunchBox to Go container, which is designed for balanced eating on the go.
Meyer U.S. is expanding into the food storage category and will be the exclusive U.S. distributor of Lock&Lock storage containers.
Stasher, a manufacturer of silicone storage bags, has debuted the 56 fluid ounce Stand-Up Stasher food storage bag.
International Market Centers’ TrendWatch forecast program will feature the decor-related themes Ore, Max and Charge at the April 6 to 10 Spring High Point Market.
For the New York Tabletop Market, Forty One Madison will have a seasonal lobby installation designed by FlowerSchool New York in partnership with Flower magazine. The spring market is scheduled to be held April 2 to 5 in New York City.
The Spring High Point Market Keynote Series lineup, to be held April 6 to 10, includes podcast host LuAnn Nigara and celebrity designers Bobby Berk, Thom Filicia, Carson Kressley and Michel Smith Boyd.
Ikea recently announced that it would open its first city-center location in the U.S., dubbed the Ikea Planning Studio, in New York. The company said that the business will open on April 15.
After 21 years of service, Publix svp/general counsel and secretary John Attaway is retiring May 31, 2019. Upon Attaway’s retirement, Merriann Metz will be promoted to vp/general counsel and secretary.
Pottery Barn has debuted a new home collection with Lilly Pulitzer, the resort wear brand.