High Point Highlights
Casual looks continue to branch out
Cinde W Ingram -- Casual Living, 11/1/2012 2:00:00 AM
Whether toasting a new collection or celebrating a new or expanded showroom, here are a few of the sights recorded during the recent High Point Market.
|Jewels of Java President Karel Simeon with
Ghafur Dharma Putra, center, consulate general of
Indonesia from New York and Aryan Waryadalam,
left, of the Indonesian Department of Industry and a
representative for the Indonesian Rattan Pavilion.
|Lexington Home Brands President and CEO Phil
Haney and Morgan Thorley of the Tommy Bahama
Outdoor Café host Bacon’s Furniture & Design
President Bill Bacon at the Tommy Bahama Outdoor
|Customers gather outside the Lexington Home
Brands showroom for the Tommy Bahama Outdoor
Living party at Lexington’s main showroom in
|Safavieh President Arash Yaraghi and designer
Thom Filicia at a meet and greet in the company’s
High Point showroom. The event celebrated the
launch of Filicia’s new book, “American Beauty,”
and showcased his rug designs for Safavieh, which
include outdoor rugs crafted of yarns from recycled
|JANUS et Cie Founder and President Janice Feldman
snips the red ribbon, backed up by her staff in
the high-end IHFC Main showroom.
|Boca Rattan President Reza Daeinejad opens its
showroom in IHFC Pavilions on Three.
|Agio VP of Sales Andy Sokol cuts the ribbon in Agio’s
expanded Showplace showroom. From left, Ryan
Bowman, Don Blaha and Doug Peppler, senior VP,
|Allen Calzadilla cuts the ribbon at Pelican Reef’s
larger showroom in Showplace. Mayra Tosco
Jones, left, and Perry Catanese are assisting.
|Euro Style principals Trig Liljestrand, Judith Ets-
Hokin and Tom Loney conduct the ribbon-cutting at
its expanded showroom in IHFC Commerce wing.
|Gary Ecoff, president of BambrellaUSA, cuts the ribbon
to open the bamboo-pole umbrella maker’s new
showroom in the Suites of Market Square.
We would love your feedback!