What’s New What’s Next @ 200 Lex

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Thursday’s What’s New What’s Next at 200 Lex did not fail to impress. With industry heavy hitters headlining design discussions and lots of new product on display, the all day New York Design Center event is always a must attend affair.

Some highlights:

Chartreuse is the New Black:

In the Grange showroom,  House Beautiful Editor in Chief
 Newell Turner, Lee Jofa and Brunschwig & Fils Executive Vice President and Creative Director
 Stephen Elrod, Benjamin Moore Creative Director
 Ellen O’Neill and House Beautiful Contributing Editor & The Accessorator Editor Judi Roaman spoke about what colors they are obsessed with. Chartreuse was one of the top 12 colors the group felt was influencing creative choices across the country.

Stephen Elrod, Lee Jofa and Brunschwig & Fils Exec. Vice President & Creative Director

Getting Down to Business:

The Wall Street Journal held court in HBF/HBF Textiles where they discussed what was new, next and noteworthy. The showroom boasted its latest award-winning Asa lounge series for the occasion.

WSJ’s Stephanie Arnold introducing Sarah Medford, Contributing Editor at WSJ

Interior Design Toasts to Raul Carrasco Opening & Talks Design in NYC:

Raul Carrasco celebrated its grand opening in style, with Interior Design Editor in Chief Cindy Allen, who lead designers from the magazine’s September New York issue in a chat about the making of their personal sanctuaries, along with the challenges and rewards of designing in NYC.

Cindy Allen, Editor in Chief of Interior Design magazine

Eminent Domaine:

In the Phillip’s Collection showroom, we found out what was “happening” in design during the This is Happening panel led by Mat Sanders, Editorial Director of Domaine. Based on Domaine’s trend reporting series, Sara Ruffin Costello, Nick Olsen, Heather Clawson, and Phillips Collection’s Mark Phillips all chimed in on the subject.

 

Jessica Phillips Penn with Domaine Editorial Director Mat Sanders, Sara Ruffin Costello, Heather Clawson, Nick Olsen and Phillips Collection’s Mark Phillips

Photo credit:  Social Shutterbug

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