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HFend | New York Fashion Week | Oct 2012

Oriental Weavers opened its new, larger New York showroom at 295 Fifth Ave. Cutting the ribbon were, from left, Andy Brumlow, Oriental Weavers; Jack Michaelson, dc2 Design Consortium; Mike Riley, Oriental Weavers; Mandi Williams, Oriental Weavers; Lou Lombardi, 295 Fifth Ave.; John Brandt, Protec Construction; and Jonathan Witt, Oriental Weavers.

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  • The company made a key move to a showroom space near the Fifth Ave. textiles buildings. At the party formally opening the showroom were, left, Alan Gladstone of Anna’s Linens and Hollander’s Chris Baker.
    The company made a key move to a showroom space near the Fifth Ave. textiles buildings. At the party formally opening the showroom were, left, Alan Gladstone of Anna’s Linens and Hollander’s Chris Baker.
  • The company’s signature introduction during the market was its licensed line of bedding under the Bel-Air brand. From left, Hornick’s Louis and Tripp Hornick, and Paulette DuBey of the Bel-Air Association.
    The company’s signature introduction during the market was its licensed line of bedding under the Bel-Air brand. From left, Hornick’s Louis and Tripp Hornick, and Paulette DuBey of the Bel-Air Association.
  • Visitors to The Northwest Co.’s party on Monday night of market got to see the company’s new lines in bath products and beach accessories. From left, Northwest’s Stan Mieszkowski and Ross Auerbach.
    Visitors to The Northwest Co.’s party on Monday night of market got to see the company’s new lines in bath products and beach accessories. From left, Northwest’s Stan Mieszkowski and Ross Auerbach.
  • Oriental Weavers opened its new, larger New York showroom at 295 Fifth Ave. Cutting the ribbon were, from left, Andy Brumlow, Oriental Weavers; Jack Michaelson, dc2 Design Consortium; Mike Riley, Oriental Weavers; Mandi Williams, Oriental Weavers; Lou Lombardi, 295 Fifth Ave.; John Brandt, Protec Construction; and Jonathan Witt, Oriental Weavers.
    Oriental Weavers opened its new, larger New York showroom at 295 Fifth Ave. Cutting the ribbon were, from left, Andy Brumlow, Oriental Weavers; Jack Michaelson, dc2 Design Consortium; Mike Riley, Oriental Weavers; Mandi Williams, Oriental Weavers; Lou Lombardi, 295 Fifth Ave.; John Brandt, Protec Construction; and Jonathan Witt, Oriental Weavers.
  • Kellan Lutz, star of television’s “Twilight Saga,” appeared on behalf of the Charisma bedding brand at the Bloomingdale’s 59th Street store.
    Kellan Lutz, star of television’s “Twilight Saga,” appeared on behalf of the Charisma bedding brand at the Bloomingdale’s 59th Street store.
  • Among the star sightings was All-Clad’s new cutlery collection, which was the highlight of a cooking d emonstration given by Chef Marc Murphy at the Bloomingdale’s 59th Street location.
    Among the star sightings was All-Clad’s new cutlery collection, which was the highlight of a cooking d emonstration given by Chef Marc Murphy at the Bloomingdale’s 59th Street location.