Mariaux to Speak on Maison & Objet Trends

NEW YORK-International licensing agent Hermine Mariaux will present "Maison & Objet Market Review 2011" on Oct. 26 at an event sponsored by the New York chapter of the International Furnishings and Design Association.

Mariaux, who has developed and marketed home-furnishings collections including Springs Global's Court of Versailles line, will speak on the product, fabric and color trends at last month's Maison & Objet, and what they mean for home furnishings next year. Along with her role in designer home collections, she has written on home furnishings for publications including The New York Times, House & Garden and Town and Country.

The session will take place in the Grange Furniture showroom, room 201 at the New York Design Center, 200 Lexington Ave. here.

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