Tabletop Market and Printsource to Run Concurrently at 7 W
March 31, 2010,
NEW YORK-The upcoming Tabletop Market Week (April 13-16) will run in tandem with Printsource New York (April 13-14,) the market for surface and textile design.
Taking place on the 11th floor, this complementary show will be an added bonus for tabletop designers and product developers shopping the market.
Printsource New York, which boasts hundreds of unique collections by international studios and agents, will feature original and vintage prints and artwork appropriate for use in apparel, bed and bath, kitchen and tabletop, paper goods, home textiles and other surface & textiles design applications.
Nancy Alusick, 7 W Stylist, will take inspiration from four key print trends, courtesy of Printsource New York, to create tabletop vignettes illustrating easy home entertainment and dining. A melange of new products from 7 W tabletop suites will be cleverly arranged on unique fixtures & display units from 7 W store fixture showrooms.
The opening day keynote presentation will be Kathleen Cella, senior account manager of NPD, addressing various aspects of digital media's role in today's world, from online shopping and bridal registries to consumer purchase motivators and the evolving age factor.
Printsource New York will offer a comprehensive overview of fashion and home textile trends by the world's leading forecasting services. Presenters will include Promostyl, ESP Trendlab, Color Marketing Group and Pantone, among others. Those planning to come to the show can visit printsourcenewyork.com for complete information and ticketing details.
Also, attendees are invited to celebrate the New York Tabletop Week and 7 W New York's fifth anniversary. Cocktails and appetizers will be served at this industry meet and greet attracting buyers, manufacturers and designers. RSVP to 646-778-3209.
In-suite events include Champagne with Craig Cook, sponsored by Franz, on April 14, 4-6 p.m., Isadora & Mizrahi, suite 807; and a Mad for Tea Party on April 14, 2-5 p.m., Gallery On Six, suite 604.
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