September 30, 2015 by David Gill
A look at new product launches seen yesterday at the textiles market.
“The Mooreland ensemble from WestPoint Home”
NEW YORK-More new product launches seen yesterday at the New York Home Fashions Market:
Home Source International is spotlighting the Paisley bed, with a comforter made of lightweight upholstery fabric, and made entirely in the United States … Softline Home Fashions is displaying the Milan collection, a grouping of jacquard curtains in four colors with five coordinating treatments … Along with pushing its Star Wars collection of blankets launched at retail earlier this month, Pendleton Woolen Mills is introducing a line of shower curtains, its first entry into this category, which coordinate with its line of bath towels.
Next is highlighting its two most recent licenses: Genevieve Gorder in bedding, with several looks geared toward millennial consumers; and Budweiser, with a line of beach towels designed with the Budweiser and Bud Lite logos … With opulent master bedroom looks trending well, Croscill is launching several high-style ensembles including Imperial, a damask in a deep blue ground; Minka, a Jacobean look on a gold ground; and Britannia, a scrolling medallion pattern in an espresso brown colorway … Innocor is unveiling a line of bed pillows which combine CopperRest technology, which uses copper fibers as an antimicrobial element, and memory foam … Mooreland, a bed ensemble with a medallion print on a dark blue ground, joined WestPoint Home’s lineup in its Downton Abbey license, which it took on when it acquired Nostalgia Home Fashions.
Bacova Guild celebrated its 50th anniversary by relaunching four designs from its first artist, Grace Gilmore, updating them for today’s consumers. In addition, the company showed its new Jessica Simpson rugs and bath accessories, a quilted chef’s mat that incorporates layers of both memory foam and rubber, and sets of carpet stair treads in both woven and printed tufted styles.