Thank you for joining us at The New York Tabletop Market® for a week of noteworthy collections, new showrooms, and celebrations. Here’s a highlight of what happened.
SCENE + HEARD
The Jay Companies President Harry Jay, Kristi Forbes and Bill Rudin were joined by designer Trina Turk to celebrate her new collection.
Lenox Corporation CEO Mads Ryder, Forty One Madison Director and Senior Vice President Kristi Forbes and former Lenox Corporation CEO Peter Cameron celebrated market. Macy’s General Business Manager Stacy Bowe, Lenox Corporation Senior Vice President of Sales Dick Kunkle and Home Depot’s Online Merchant Greg Allgeyer.
WHAT’S NEW AT THE NEW YORK TABLETOP MARKET®
The New York Tabletop Market® was full of new introductions that had visitors swooning.
Dansk partnered with La Colombe for the Koffie collection while Riedel’s High Performance stems reached new heights in glassware. Pickard China introduced cobalt flatware and Porcel released two dinnerware collections: Adamastor and Blue Legacy. Lenox Corporation’s innovative Luna collection made its market debut and Crystal House International introduced new Judith Ripka Home and H Halston designs. Alessi extended the Circus collection by Marcel Wanders and Iittala debuted Ruutu, Miranda and Nappula.
Veteran showroom Daum-Haviland relocated to a new, larger space on the sixth floor. Eleven75 Home recently launched and now calls the tenth floor their US corporate headquarters. Blue Pheasant, part of the Ardmore Home Design family of brands, set up shop on the eighth floor and features frames from sister brand Pigeon & Poodle, as well as candles and scent diffusers by Thucassi. Renowned Portuguese tableware brands Costa Nova with emphasis on hospitality and Casafina are new to the 22nd floor and display collections from both brands.