NY Now and 230 Fifth Avenue will present Home Textiles Market Week, August 15 through August 19, in New York City in conjunction with the NY Now market at the Javits Convention Center.
Bed, bath and linen exhibitors will showcase their latest goods at 230 Fifth Avenue and at the NY Now market. In addition, Home Textiles Market Week will also offer participants educational seminars focused on design and color trends, as well as new product awards spotlighting outstanding design and utility.
“Home Textiles Market Week features an outstanding roster of leading industry suppliers, as well as a wealth of innovative and emerging newcomers,” said Randi Mohr, NY Now co-director and vp.
Organizers stated that approximately 200 home fashion suppliers will appear within NY Now’s Home Collection’s Home Furnishings + Textiles, while contemporary design and handcrafted home fashions will also be included in the market’s juried sections: Accent on Design and the Handmade Collection’s Handmade Designer Maker and Handmade Global Design.
There will also be more than 15 returning vendors and 25 new home fashion vendors participating that will join eight veteran exhibitors that are expanding their exhibit space. Newcomers include: Aandaz, Airweave Inc., Alashan Cashmere Company, Alpaka, Amalia Home Collection, Asher Market, Auskin USA, Avoca, Ayadeena, Betsy Olmsted Print & Repeat Design, Better Trends, Beulah Home, Biscuit Home, Charvet Editions, Decoflux, Designs by Sudi, Down Inc, Fluf, Frog Hill Designs, Guidery, Langdon Ltd., Leather All (HK) Ltd, Mari Ann Silk, Modelli Creations, Piper-Collection and Sanctuary Boutique Linens.
These newcomers join a suite of some 15-plus vendors returning to NY Now following an absence from the market, including Binntu Inc., Bronte by Moon, a division of Abraham Moon & Sons, Bunglo by Shay Spaniola, Deny Designs, Dmemoir, DownTown Co., Hamburg House Inc., Johanna Howard, K & K Tabletops, Kiska Textiles, Shantalle’s Studio, Sivaana Luxe-Table Linen, Textile City Inc., V.P. Designs, Ltd. and Versai.
This roster joins long-time NY Now participants such as Callisto Home, Fino Lino, John Robshaw Textiles, Kevin O’Brien Studio, Libeco Home and Matouk.
At 230 Fifth Avenue, organizers said Chortex USA debuts this summer, joining other notable home fashions suppliers with showrooms including: Belle Epoque, Designers Guild, Euroletto Linens and Home, Nancy Koltes Fine Linens, Peacock Alley, Satori Fine Linens, Thompson Ferrier LLC, Triple Luxe Gallery and Yves Delorme.