Three Market Locations to Welcome Textiles Newcomers

New York Tabletop Show Opens Today

NEW YORK-The three New York City locations for the August Gift & Home Textiles Market Week--NY Now at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center and Passenger Ship Terminal Pier 94, 7 W New York and 230 Fifth Ave.--will all display products from newcomers to each location.

At NY Now (the rebranded New York International Gift Fair), the newcomers include Bronte by Moon, Faribault Mills, Frette, Henry Handwork, Kiska Textiles, Linum AB, LUK + K, Makie, PillowHeaven, Sara Bengur Shop, Shanghai Autex, Silk Story, Simple Things, Vestiges and Zyle Heirloom. The more than 200 textiles suppliers include vendors of bedding and bath fashions, table linens, kitchen textiles, towels, decorative accessories, area rugs, window treatments and decorative fabrics.

A complete list of exhibitors can be found at nynow.com.

7 W New York will offer products from more than 40 textiles showrooms. Showroom listings are available at 7wnewyork.com.

At 230 Fifth Ave., the new textiles tenants are Caldeira USA, The Gallery and S.L. Home Fashions. A listing of its showrooms can be found on 230fifthave.com

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