Dallas interior designer Jean Liu is using her Michigan-based outdoor furniture manufacturing plant to assist those on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic by making thousands of surgical masks available to hospitals for free.
In compliance with the City of Atlanta Executive Order for residents to shelter in place and non-essential businesses to temporarily close, International Market Centers (IMC) has temporarily closed AmericasMart Atlanta, the Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart, and the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC) as of 5 p.m., March 24, 2020.
The International Textile Alliance (ITA) has moved the dates of its upcoming Spring Showtime Market to June 12-16, in response to the COVID-19 situation. The new dates coincide with the recently revised dates for the Spring High Point Market set for June 12-14, and gives attendees the opportunity to attend both major events in one trip.
Custom upholstered furniture manufacturer Norwalk Furniture is responding to the needs of its clients, partners and affiliates through a combination of initiatives in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak and the postponement of the High Point Market. The programs include plans to creatively support its customers in new ways, including a variety of virtual initiatives to launch its new product introductions this spring.
Dallas Market Center has announced that Dallas County issued a “shelter –in-place” order for residents of Dallas County, which also includes an order for non-essential businesses to cease operations through April 3, 2020. The announcement directly impacts Dallas Market Center.
The High Point Market Authority has announced its new dates for the postponed Spring 2020 High Point Market. Originally scheduled for April 25-29, the postponement was announced last week in light of NC Governor Cooper’s advisement to cancel all events that draw an attendance of 100 or more people due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
New York-based luxury brand Peruvian Connection is expanding its core product offering this fall to include original print bedding designed in-house featuring new and archival prints from the brand’s storied history. The Andean weavings and ethnographic textiles of Peru that first inspired Peruvian Connection founder Annie Hurlbut Zander and led her to launch the apparel brand in 1976, continue to tell the brand story in this 15-piece bedding collection.