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The textiles showrooms here formally opened yesterday for the March New York Home Fashions Market. HFN highlights some of the introductions seen yesterday.
March 24, 2015David Gill

C&F EnterprisesC&F’s South Seas bed ensemble
NEW YORK-The textiles showrooms here formally opened yesterday for the March New York Home Fashions Market. Here are some of the introductions seen yesterday in the showrooms:

Victoria Classics presented its line of Laura Ashley decorative pillows and some concepts for its thomaspaul bedding brand .... Amini Innovation Corp. unveiled its new showroom at 295 Fifth Ave. along with 27 bed ensembles, decorative pillows, window treatments and shower curtains ... C&F Enterprises debuted several brightly colored bed ensembles with beach motifs, including South Seas, Channel Harbor and Indigo Sound ... Pegasus Home Fashions launched its partnership with Microban in the form of the EZ Dreams brand of bed pillows, pillow protectors and mattress pads ... Softline Home Fashions displayed its Sunline brand of outdoor window treatments, which includes window treatments made of spun polyester and solution-dyed acrylics.‑David Gill

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David Gill is a contributing editor to HFN.

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