Fitz and Floyd, a division of Lifetime Brands, and Coleen Christian Burke, White House designer, received the Icon Honors Award for innovation for the First Ladies Collection of holiday tableware, décor and ornaments at a reception held July 12 at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre.
MacKenzie-Childs will debut its 2019 spring collection at the Atlanta Market, including the new Royal Check dinnerware line and a new candle collection called Glow.
Rosanna is heading back to its tabletop roots with the launch of several dinnerware collections for the fall and winter season.
Target is continuing to add new products to its Hearth & Hand with Magnolia home goods collection. The new additions focus on summer entertaining.
From crackle reactive glaze finishes to digital-inspired cookware for the Millennial consumer, the first day of the New York Tabletop Market, April 10, saw the evolution of traditional design elements showcased within the brand showrooms at Forty One Madison.
From classic blue and white to textured grays, the Spring 2018 New York Tabletop Market at Forty One Madison will see a variety of color combinations represented in dinnerware. Tabletop vendors will also showcase patterns that focus on texture, metallics and organic shapes.
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.
At this year’s International Home + Housewares Show, Gibson Overseas unveiled the fruits of its new partnership with Pasabahce, which gave Gibson access to Pasabahce’s full catalog of over 22,000 items and exclusive distribution of the brand in the U.S. market.