NEW YORK-A look at some of the products seen yesterday at the New York Home Fashions Market:
Bardwil has a spate of launches that are taking the company in new directions. Among these are its recently announced licensed program with Waverly, in kitchen, bath and table linens; the first kitchen line for its Dena license; and the soft launch of its recently announced license with French Bull—also in kitchen, bath and table linens … Pacific Coast Feather is spotlighting its Resilia process, involving the rehydration of compressed feathers to restore their loft. It is also focusing on its launch of its new licensed program with Spring Air … Hollander Home Fashions is welcoming the Nautica, Beautyrest and Croscill brands that came when the company acquired the retail business of Louisville Bedding. It is also highlighting its entry into the foam category and its story as a “made in the USA” manufacturer … The new collection of licensed bedding with designer Rachel Kate is a prominent feature of Rizzy Home’s showroom. The line, Kate’s first entry into home, features bed ensembles and shower curtains with her hand-drawn artwork, and offers products for both boys and girls.