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theMart Announces Inaugural NY Luxury Design Fair

theMART has announce the launch of the NY Luxury Design Fair, an immersive design experience for trade professionals and consumers scheduled to take place Sept. 9-12, 2021.

The new show is an evolution of the long-running Architectural Digest Design Show, created by the same producers. Offering a fresh take on a twenty-year tradition, the NY Luxury Design Fair will provide access to the best in home design, combining dynamic emerging talent with the newest introductions and launches from preeminent brands across many categories.

Located on the West Side of Manhattan, adjacent to Hudson Yards, the largest development in U.S. history, the steel-and-glass structure of the Javits Center will provide the setting for exploration and discovery. The inaugural annual event is set to unite international style with the country’s most exciting and prevailing design movements. From furniture, lighting, rugs, accessories, and textiles, to kitchens, baths, tile, and hardware—the fair will present a curated selection of high-end brands and makers. A 360-degree luxury lifestyle experience, fair attendees will benefit from its co-location with The Armory Show, New York City’s essential art fair and portal into the world’s foremost international galleries.

According to Senior Vice President, theMART, Susan McCullough, “We are pleased to introduce a freshly reimagined, compelling event to the trade show calendar next fall. We are collaborating with new and returning brands, as well as industry and media partners, to develop the fair into a marquee international design destination. Set in a state-of-the-art facility, it will define the luxury design experience for years to come.”

The NY Luxury Design Fair will offer a chance to see the world’s best design up close and be complemented with informative tours, talks, and shopping. The show will be open to designers, architects, trade professionals, and the public. For more information and show updates visit:

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