Gifts Today magazine

NY NOW preview: Twig New York

During the upcoming NY NOW Home, Lifestyle + Gift Show, August 19-23, Twig New York will unveil the Amelie dinnerware collection

Based in New York, Twig always aims to launch product for the domestic market at NY NOW.

Unveiling this market is the Amelie Collection, which takes its name from the French film, and is inspired by the protagonist, who is genuine, innocent, and has an extraordinary personality.

“We want to express her vivid nature through fun and unexpected shape and colour,” says owner Jackie Kim.

Amelie is made of highest quality fine bone china and finished with handpainted colour or matte gold rim, perfect for mixing and matching among different colours and gold rim plates to create a unique collection. Amelie is a full dinnerware collection, from teacups and dessert plates to chargers and serving pieces.

Find Twig New York on Booth 3756 / www.twigny.com

About NY NOW
Discover thousands of products on display this summer at NY NOW, the Market for Home, Lifestyle + Gift, which runs August 19-23, 2017.

Leading exhibitors, both large-scale and boutique, will showcase their newest products across three comprehensive collections - Home, Lifestyle and Handmade, “with thousands of established and emerging brands to explore,” says Randi Mohr, VP and NY NOW director.

“This summer’s market is on track to be one of the most exciting yet and we recommend that buyers looking to attend register today to make the most of their market experience.” 

This year, more than 2,400 premier brands are expected to showcase tens of thousands of on-trend products across hundreds of categories, from tabletop and housewares, to gifts, textiles, décor and furnishings, as well as personal care and accessories.

As part of the Home Collection, which features 1,000+ exhibitors, Tabletop + Gourmet Housewares presents a stunning collection of resources for home entertaining, gourmet kitchenware and speciality tabletop resources, including product categories of glassware, serveware, dinnerware, flatware, table linens, gourmet kitchenware, cookware and barware. 

Tabletop exhibitors include Lenox, Auratic, Beatriz Ball Collection, Michael Wainwright, Julia Knight, Q Squared NYC, Caskata, Costa Nova, Mary Jurek, Kim Seybert, Carroll Boyes, Annieglass, Viterra, Deborah Rhodes, Childewich, Artel, Twig New York and Gien, among others. While crystal brand Artel has been exhibiting for nearly two decades, newbies include Sertodo (copper tableware) and Deepj.

The popular Handmade Designer Maker section, which offers some 350 designer makers showcasing creative and original handmade designs, is moving to Level 3 of the convention center for the first time, and so will follow the same schedule as the other sections, opening Sunday, August 20, and closing Wednesday, August 23.

Some 20 companies are returning here after an absence, including Lisa Neimeth Ceramics, who products unique ceramic tableware. 

In addition, the NY NOW Summer 2017 seminar programme will feature around 25 sessions covering a variety of topics from retail tips and tricks, to design trends. Attendees can attend a full range of educational programming and industry events, from August 20-22. From Facebook: What You Need To Know and Boosting Christmas Sales, to Applying Design Thinking to Artisan Products, and Amazing Merchandising. 

NY NOW is set to take place August 19-23 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York City. www.nynow.com



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