NEW YORK–Three companies—Calamarie, Potting Shed Creations Ltd. and WorldFinds—have been named winners of the eighth semi-annual Eco Choice Awards for products that will be featured at NY Now (formerly the New York International Gift Fair) later this month. Winners were chosen via online balloting. “These companies represent multiple product categories, but all are committed to … More »
NEW YORK–JETRO, Japan External Trade Organization, will participate in NY Now, the Market for Home & Lifestyle (formerly NYIGF) later this month, highlighting its giftable Japanese design products. Twenty-five companies, including four new participants, will be represented in the Japan Pavilion. This is the 17th time JETRO has exhibited at the show. NY Now will … More »
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.–Innovative and emerging designers will be spotlighted through two special programs at NY Now (formerly NYIGF) later this month. The Emerging Designer Maker Platform in the NY Now Handmade Collection will provide the opportunity for three young design companies to participate in their first wholesale market; and two design collectives – Join Design … More »
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-More than 350 international companies, representing 55 countries, will be among the exhibitors at NY Now next month. According to a statement from GLM, the show’s owner and manager, most of these suppliers will be together in government-sponsored pavilions or in organized groups throughout the show’s product collections. Others will be showcased in … More »
NEW YORK–HFNmag.com has added a gallery of textiles items to be introduced at this month’s NY Now. Click here: http://www.hfnmag.com/product-gallery/new-at-now/
NY Now, the rebranded and reformatted Gift Fair, debuts this month By David Gill Eight months after GLM announced the reconfiguration of the New York International Gift Fair—and three years after the trade-show company began its reorganization of the show—NY Now, the Market for Home & Lifestyle will take place this month at the Jacob … More »
Though housewares no longer comes under its own heading at NY Now, its presence at the New York show (formerly called the New York International Gift Fair) is no less diminished. Eco-friendly and sustainable wood and stone products, functional and space-saving tools and gadgets, and plenty of clever and whimsical items are on offer.
Along with relaunching itself under a new brand and format, NY Now will play host to a broad selection of product introductions. The new textiles products will represent a broad spectrum of design styles, and bright colors will get strong play at the show.—David Gill