You don’t need to be at High Point Market to be in the know about which brands are launching new collections, or which designers are introducing new collaborations with a manufacturer. Like we said, we’ve got you!
While these collections are not yet on Steelyard, we will have them up shortly after Market so all of you can see them and experience the details.
So without further ado, here are the most anticipated launches and collabs rolling out next week in High Point:
Alexa Hampton ~ Theodore Alexander
Alexa Hampton is a well-established yet timeless voice in the world of design. And TA will present over 120 new pieces in 4,130-square feet of inspiring showroom space. We’ve heard the collection described as “sophisticated but approachable; elegant and inviting”.
Nina Magon ~ Universal Furniture:
We’re told this new collaboration between Universal and Houston-based designer Nina Magon will be a 50-piece collection that includes case goods, dining, bedroom, occasional furniture, and upholstery. According to Universal and Magon, this collection is going to offer “accessible, livable luxury”. Read more here.
Carrier and Company ~ Century:
While they have been designing custom furniture for years, this is the first commercial collection for Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller from Carrier & Company. This licensed collection will include 50+ pieces across chairs, sofas, tables, cabinets, and beds that they hope, according to a recent article in Architectural Digest, “captures the essence of our brand of interior design - spaces that are both dressed up and paired down, timeless and always livable”. Get your first glimpse here.
Wesley Mancini ~ Harounian Rugs:
HRI will be celebrating it’s 60 anniversary in style with a new license from award-winning designer Wesley Mancini. Their broadest collection to date, it will encompass hand-made, hand-tufted, hand-loomed and machine-made styles featuring a portfolio of transitional to contemporary designs by Mancini.
Jan Showers ~ Kravet:
This is not a new collaboration since what’s launching next week is Jan Showers’ second collection with Kravet. But we are really excited because this collection takes a page from her many travel stories, including pieces inspired by jan’s many antiquing trips to Paris. With chairs, tables, sofas and benches, Kravet tells us this collection is a true reflection of Jan’s signature style.