Loloi Rugs to Introduce Designs to Textiles Buyers at New York Fashions Market

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NEW YORK-Showing on the tenth floor at 295 Fifth Avenue, Loloi Rugs will showcase its new designs for buyers in town for the New York Home Fashions Market, which runs concurrently with Metro Market Week, ORICA Fall Market and the New York International Carpet Show.

The company's range of scatter, bath and area rugs will be featured.

"It's the perfect time to be in New York," said Amir Loloi, founder, Loloi Rugs. "The weather is great and everyone is optimistic about fall buying season and the first quarter of 2011. We are serious about providing the majors in the home textiles business with the most salable designs at the best value."

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