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.
Lenox Corporation has expanded the Wainwright brand by Michael Wainwright with the introduction of a new line designed for the casual lifestyle of today’s consumer.
The tabletop category has reached a critical point as Millennials age into a variety of new life moments that have the potential to significantly grow the market. However, the industry must focus even more heavily on innovation within the category in order to tap into that growth potential, noted Joe Derochowski, home industry analyst for the NPD Group, on day two, April 11, of the spring New York Tabletop Market.
Lenox Corporation has introduced a new dinnerware collection in partnership with content and commerce company Domino Media Group. The collection, Domino by Lenox, will debut at the New York Tabletop Market.
The fall New York Tabletop Market kicked off with new licensing and distribution partnerships.
Lenox Corporation has teamed with architect and designer Luca Andrisani for a new tabletop collection, which will debut at the fall New York Tabletop Market.
Vendors at the spring New York Tabletop Market are focusing on developing new assortments that help consumers entertain at home. Barware, including bar tools and glass mixology-based assortments, are an important part of this effort.
The fall New York Tabletop Market at the Forty One Madison building is showcasing a range of design and lifestyle trends this season, such as reactive glazes and gray color stories. Another key tabletop trend for the home seen throughout the market includes a range of designs that are influenced by hospitality tableware.
The first day of the fall New York Tabletop Market, which kicked off Tuesday, September 27, was brimming with showroom events and retail buyer activity, despite the ongoing renovations and construction at the Forty One Madison building.
Forty One Madison has launched Table 41, a new digital platform dedicated to providing inside access to design talent in the tabletop industry.
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