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HFend October 2010

The New York Times’ Marianne Rohrlich, far right, moderated a panel on the changing business of design at Tai Ping Carpets. The panel included, from left, Vicente Wolf, UW Home; Cristina Grajales, Cristina Grajales Gallery; Franklin Getchell, Moss; and Michael Bruno, 1stdibs.

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  • The Elizabeth Miller team, made up of textiles executives and named after the Karastan executive who passed away from breast cancer in May, ran in the 20th Annual Komen Race for the Cure. The team raised more than $42,000 toward breast cancer research and awareness.
    The Elizabeth Miller team, made up of textiles executives and named after the Karastan executive who passed away from breast cancer in May, ran in the 20th Annual Komen Race for the Cure. The team raised more than $42,000 toward breast cancer research and awareness.
  • At The Rug Company’s event, Suzanne and Christopher Sharp, the founders of The Rug Company, flank Anna Wintour.
    At The Rug Company’s event, Suzanne and Christopher Sharp, the founders of The Rug Company, flank Anna Wintour.
  • The New York Times’ Marianne Rohrlich, far right, moderated a panel on the changing business of design at Tai Ping Carpets. The panel included, from left, Vicente Wolf, UW Home; Cristina Grajales, Cristina Grajales Gallery; Franklin Getchell, Moss; and Michael Bruno, 1stdibs.
    The New York Times’ Marianne Rohrlich, far right, moderated a panel on the changing business of design at Tai Ping Carpets. The panel included, from left, Vicente Wolf, UW Home; Cristina Grajales, Cristina Grajales Gallery; Franklin Getchell, Moss; and Michael Bruno, 1stdibs.
  • TV design personality Thom Filicia poses in the Welspun USA showroom with one of the bed ensembles in his new licensed collection with the company. Welspun launched the line during last month’s New York Home Fashions Market.
    TV design personality Thom Filicia poses in the Welspun USA showroom with one of the bed ensembles in his new licensed collection with the company. Welspun launched the line during last month’s New York Home Fashions Market.
  • Chef Mario Batali, center, can’t resist a bite of pizza at the opening of his latest project, Eataly, the new artisanal Italian food and wine marketplace in New York’s Flatiron district. He’s surrounded by, from left, Oscar Farinetti, the owner and founder of Eataly; Adam Saper, Eataly partner; Joe Bastianich, Batali-Bastianich (B&B) Hospitality Group; and New York’s Mayor Mike Bloomberg.
    Chef Mario Batali, center, can’t resist a bite of pizza at the opening of his latest project, Eataly, the new artisanal Italian food and wine marketplace in New York’s Flatiron district. He’s surrounded by, from left, Oscar Farinetti, the owner and founder of Eataly; Adam Saper, Eataly partner; Joe Bastianich, Batali-Bastianich (B&B) Hospitality Group; and New York’s Mayor Mike Bloomberg.