Feizy continues its summer market momentum this month as it adds more constructions and designs to its line at the New York Home Fashions Market.
“At New York, we focus on design-driven products that are very value-oriented,” said Leah Feizy, assistant to the chief executive officer, Feizy. “The products we offer to our New York customers are not a part of our running line programs, so the design work and product development are really tailored to the specific clients we see there.”
Buyers visiting the company’s showroom at 230 Fifth Avenue, suite #904-5, will see such new collections as Barrett, a polypropylene group of power loomed transitional designs in the hot blue and gray shades. The company’s Saphir collection of faux silk, high-low construction will expand with fresh designs and two new creels: Obzeet, which has spice colors, and Callo, which contains gray/black hues. In addition, the new Amelie Collection is an inverted, wool hooked collection that is casual in feel and design.
“The Saphir construction always does well for us and the new colorways and designs are so fresh that we expect to see very strong sales,” Feizy said. “The high-low texture is something that really gives the designs another dimension. Amelie is just a great construction—something different than what we’ve been doing and incredibly fresh and inspired.”
Three new indoor/outdoor lines will also debut: the Ambergris hooked collection of hooked designs of tile-inspired, nature-inspired, filigree and scroll-work; Lido Collection which has an understated decorating theme; and Landon, a new no-pile group that spotlights texture with minimalist patterns and natural hues.
Feizy will also show a large selection of quilts, throws and bath and scatter rugs.