Tag Archives: Alexa Hampton

A Milestone for Forty One Madison

Laurie Burns

When Forty One Madison opens its doors for the New York Tabletop Show this month, it will herald a significant milestone—its 40th anniversary as a tabletop showroom building. One hundred fifteen brands call Forty One Madison home, ranging from first tenants Noritake (the very first to sign a lease), Mr. Christmas, Nikko, Oneida, Reed &More »

Last updated: October 13, 2014

Forty One Madison Marks 40th Anniversary

Forty One Madison

NEW YORK–Forty years ago Noritake signed a lease for a showroom—the first—at Forty One Madison. Today, 115 leading brands have located their wholesale showrooms at the building and during the upcoming New York Tabletop Market (Oct. 21-24), the building will celebrate the milestone. “While we stay true to our mission of excellence by providing theMore »

Last updated: August 27, 2014

HFend | A Century of Safavieh | May 2014

Safavieh

Safavieh kicked off its centennial anniversary this year with a celebratory party at High Point Market. Almost 300 people attended the event, including designers Thom Filicia, Thomas O’Brien, Jamie Drake, Alexa Hampton and Libby Langdon and co-sponsor International Market Centers’ Bob Maricich and Tom Mitchell. Today, the business is run by the five Yaraghi brothers.More »

Last updated: April 25, 2014

Fifth Annual “What’s New, What’s Next” Design Event Today

What's New, What's Next

NEW YORK–Now in its fifth year, the “What’s New, What’s Next” design event today at New York Design Center offers product introductions, lectures, book signings and meet-and-greets, as well as more than 65 participating showrooms. Taking place from 2-9 p.m., What’s New, What’s Next list of events includes a book signing at Lexington Home BrandsMore »

Last updated: September 19, 2013

Textiles | In with the New | May 2013

Votary

New product launches in textiles are not confined to the markets or winter and summer trade shows. Vendors are continuously introducing new items in their never-ending quest to keep categories fresh at retail.Traditional florals, animal prints, patriotic themes, geometrics and even a design deriving from skeletons are among the motifs represented in this group ofMore »

Last updated: July 30, 2013