Target has unveiled a lookbook for its new Levi’s collection, providing a glimpse at the more than 100 apparel and home items featuring denim, recycled glass and other elements in the Levi brand’s classic style.
Williams-Sonoma, Inc. has launched launch of a new collaboration for the Williams Sonoma and Pottery Barn brands in partnership with actress, author and activist Marlo Thomas.
Target’s latest limited-edition collaboration is with Levi Strauss & Co. and has a significant home merchandise component
The Winter Atlanta Market wrapped up yesterday after several days of resurgent buyer traffic, active ordering and an overall affirmation of the value of face-to-face trade shows, according to market officials.
As 2021 progresses and the world looks forward to some greater normalcy, the 2021 schedule of International Market Centers trade shows will proceed with the Atlanta Market slated for January 12 to 19; the Las Vegas Market rescheduled to April 11 to 15 and August 22 to 26, and the Spring High Point Market rescheduled to June 5 to 9.
Homeworld Business discussed with IMC CEO Robert Maricich what showgoers might experience as they attend the forthcoming markets.
As the country sheltered at home for a majority of the year, dining out and entertaining at home were put on hold, leading consumers to emphasize the importance of making daily meals all the more special. Under the circumstances, the tabletop category emerged back into the spotlight, offering consumers solutions to their nesting needs.
Atlanta Market is recognizing 40 finalists for its Winter 2021 Market Snapshot— International Market Centers’showcase of new products from its…
Villeroy & Boch has expanded its Boston and Boston Colored glassware collections with new tableware offerings
Lifetime Brands has introduced several new patterns under the Pfaltzgraff brand of dinnerware.
Amazon and Yeti Coolers, LLC have jointly filed a lawsuit against two U.S.-based individuals for counterfeiting Yeti’s products, including Yeti’s popular Rambler mug. The defendants, said company officials, attempted to offer the infringing products in Amazon’s store, violating Amazon’s policies, Yeti’s intellectual property rights, and the law.