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At Home featuring home textiles at the Javits Center
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May '09
A comprehensive and updated collection of home products will be offered in At Home at the New York International Gift Fair (NYIGF), August 15-20, 2009, with a coalescence of hard lines at Passenger Ship Terminal Pier 94 and soft goods on Level 1 of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

"At Home's two locations - Pier 94 and the Javits Center - each have been refined to facilitate the sourcing experience for buyers shopping specific home product categories," said Dorothy Belshaw, NYIGF director and GLM senior vice president. "In addition, we are delighted to welcome a number of new and repositioned hard lines and soft goods suppliers to the summer market."

At Home at Pier 94
This summer, At Home will consolidate hard lines at Pier 94, offering buyers access to a complete range of home goods - from indoor to outdoor and traditional to contemporary. This "under-one-roof" destination will showcase some 220 leading and emerging furniture, floor coverings, wall art, lighting and decorative accessories suppliers.

Newcomers to Pier 94 include Tourmaline Home (which is also new to NYIGF) and Fabrice De Villaneuve Studio, The Homeport, Kingsley-Bate, Roost, Woods & Willow and Zentique (all relocating to and expanding at Pier 94). These companies join Pier 94's established and industry-leading brands: Ankasa, Bobo Intriguing, Company C, Design Legacy by Kelly O'Neal, Dransfield & Ross, GO Home, Groundwork Group, Julian Chichester, Natural Curiosities, Notre Monde and Shine Home.

According to Belshaw, "At Home at Pier 94 provides a unique resource that is both comprehensive in scope and carefully edited to present the industry's most fashion-forward home furnishings suppliers."

At Home featuring Home Textiles at the Javits Center
This summer, At Home featuring Home Textiles, will welcome the return of The Andrew Morgan Collection and Designer's Guild to NYIGF, and will incorporate The Koko Company which is relocating from the Javits Center to the Piers.

In line with these additions, the At Home exhibit floor has been reconfigured and refreshed with established brands - Bella Notte, Blissliving Home, Cuddledown and Libeco Home - moving or expanding their displays. These companies join the division's established and industry-leading brands: Home Treasures, Legacy, Matteo, Mattouk, Pine Cone Hill, SDH, Sferra, Traditions by Pamela Kline and Versai.

"NYIGF presents the industry's largest collection of luxury home textiles under one roof and showcases a full range of suppliers from bed to bath, traditional to trend-forward, and established brands to emerging designers," said Belshaw. "At Home featuring Home Textiles is a relevant and must-attend resource for multi-category lifestyle buyers as well as home fashions specialty retailers."

Located in the Javits Center, At Home featuring Home Textiles showcases some 160 high-end home textiles resources including bed and bath fashions, table linens, kitchen textiles, towels, decorative accessories, area rugs, window treatments and decorative fabrics. At Home featuring Home Textiles is presented as part of Home Textiles Market Week in New York - the nation's largest collection of mid- to high-end home textiles - with nearly 500 home fashion suppliers at NYIGF, 230 Fifth Avenue and 7 W New York.


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