Beatriz Ball will introduce new glassware and tableware at the upcoming Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, to be held June 19 to 25 at the Dallas Market Center.
Reduce drinkware was one of 15 brands selected to be included in the after-party gift bag for the 46th annual Daytime Emmy Awards, held on Sunday, May 5.
S’well has introduced nature-inspired Stone and Animal designs to its water bottle assortment.
Robinson Home Products recently unveiled a new corporate logo, adding a modern and updated look to an enduring business, stated the company.
Eparé has introduced a set of two double-wall tumbler cocktail glasses designed to keep drinks hot or cold.
Gibson Overseas has added a new collection of natural material serveware pieces from Vietnam to its assortment. The Tropical Mosaic collection features everything from bowls formed from coconut shells to serving platters decorated with inlays of natural materials.
Hydy has debuted the Estiva series of sustainable drinkware. The new bottles can be filled with fruit to infuse the water.
Zak Designs has introduced three new Zak!style branded back-to-school collections.
Tapping into consumer beverage trends, Arc International has debuted a wide variety of new glassware designs and coordinating collections.
In what it describes as a financially motivated transaction, Sequential Brands Group has signed a definitive agreement to sell the rights to the Martha Stewart and Emeril Lagasse brands and related intellectual property assets to Marquee Brands LLC for approximately $175 million, with an earnout opportunity of up to an additional $40 million.