The New York Design Center will host the first annual “What’s New, What’s Next @ 200 Lex,” a new product showcase featuring hundreds of introductions from nearly 100 participating showrooms. On September 23, from 2:00-9:00pm the NYDC will open its doors to the entire design community. The program will feature exclusive and informative programming to accompany the hundreds of new products being introduced. Noted names like Ted Boerner, Kirk Brummel, Mariette Himes Gomez, Jiun Ho, and Vladimir Kagan are just some of the guest presenters who will be in attendance for the event. For a full list of “What’s New, What’s Next @ 200 Lex” programming, see The Editor at Large events calendar or www.nydc.com. Always in the forefront of design, the NYDC will return to its roots, reclaiming itself as the place to introduce new products. This inaugural event will mark the first time the NYDC and its showrooms will unite and focus on all things new. Designer conversations, presentations, book signings and the industries top editors will showcase what’s “new” and “next” in the design industry. Designers, consumers, manufacturers and press will attend an afternoon and evening celebrating the very best in design. The NYDC is proud to partner with shelter media in celebration of this program. Editors from Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Interior Design, Luxe Interiors+Design, Manhattan Magazine, Metropolitan Home, New York Spaces, Traditional Home and Veranda will be hosting discussions and offering insight into the design industry's latest trends.
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