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Home Textiles Week begins in New York from Jan 29
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Winter 2010 Home Textiles Market Week
January 29-February 4, 2010, New York City

- At 7 W New York (January 29-February 4)
- At the New York International Gift Fair at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center & Pier 94,(January 30-February 4)
- At 230 Fifth Avenue (January 30-February 4)

Summer 2010 Home Textiles Market Week
August 13-19, 2010, New York City

- At 7 W New York (August 13-19)
- At the New York International Gift Fair at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center & Pier 94, (August 14-19)
- At 230 Fifth Avenue (August 14-19)

Home Textiles Market Week in New York is the pre-eminent semi-annual market for mid-to high-end home textiles, held concurrently with GLM's New York International Gift Fair(NYIGF). Home Textiles Market Week is produced and promoted cooperatively by NYIGF, 230 Fifth Avenue, and 7 W New York. Together, the three venues feature nearly 500 mid-to-high-end home textiles suppliers, onsite buyer amenities, a combined market directory listing all participants, free inter-venue shuttle transportation, and discounted travel and hotel rates.

In both winter and summer, NYIGF will participate in Home Textiles Market Week via its At Home division, with hard lines and outdoor living resources located at Passenger Ship Terminal Pier 94, and At Home featuring Home Textiles located in the Javits Center. Home Textiles Market Week features a wide range of better home fashion products including bed and bath fashions, table linens, kitchen textiles, towels, decorative accessories, area rugs, window treatments and decorative fabrics.

New York International Gift Fair


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