Ashwell of Shabby Chic to Headline High Point Luncheon

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HIGH POINT, N.C.-Rachel Ashwell, founder of Shabby Chic, will speak at a luncheon and seminar to be held during the upcoming High Point Market.

Ashwell will present "Staying True to Your Brand While Evolving in Today's Market." Sponsored jointly by the International Home Furnishings Center and the International Furnishings and Design Association, the luncheon is scheduled for Sunday, April 18 at noon in the IHFC International Ballroom.

Ashwell, who founded Shabby Chic in 1989, will also be present for the launch of the brand's new collection at the Miles Talbott showroom at 1690 English Road here; IHFC's Interhall, space 202; and the Guildmaster showroom in the C&D building, 1A. The new line includes both signature home-furnishings pieces and fabric prints.

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