Lenox has introduced Sprig & Vine, a new dinnerware and giftware collection inspired by English gardens.
Lenox has unveiled the new Vintage Cherry Dot assortment from its licensed Kate Spade housewares line.
Opening day, October 29, of the Fall New York Tabletop Market at Forty One Madison was full of energy, innovation and inspiration. Nature and technology emerged as two important themes throughout many of the showrooms as vendors brought forth their latest endeavors in tabletop.
Lenox Corporation has kicked off a rebranding campaign with the refresh of three of its websites, including Lenox, Dansk and Reed & Barton.
Lenox has signed a licensing deal with Arlee Home Fashions, a home textiles manufacturer. Company officials said that in collaboration with Lenox, Arlee Home Fashions will design and market new table linen, kitchen textile and bath collections, set to debut in early 2020.
Spring was in the air as attendees of this year’s Spring New York Tabletop Market were greeted by billowing floral displays in the lobby of Forty One Madison. The blooms hinted at the fresh new trend oriented tableware designs that awaited in the showrooms throughout the building.
Lenox Corporation and Fiskars Group have invested in another decade in their respective full-floor showrooms at Forty One Madison, located in New York City. The companies currently occupy two of the largest showrooms, with the Lenox space spanning 12,669-square-feet, and Fiskars Group occupying 12,120-square-feet.
Color, form and finish led the way on day two of the New York Tabletop Market, October 10. As vendors continue to look to satisfy casual living lifestyles, these design elements have evolved and inspired across a range of tableware segments.
Katrina Helmkamp, CEO of Lenox, has left the position to pursue a role elsewhere. Realogy Holdings Corp., a full-service residential real estate services company, announced Helmkamp’s appointment to the role of CEO of Cartus Corporation, its relocation services subsidiary.