On September 13, the New York Design Center (NYDC) will present the fourth annual "What's New, What's Next," a showcase of new ideas, design, materials, and products. From 3 - 9pm, the NYDC will open its doors to the design community and consumers. The event features 21 interactive programs, in addition to over 35 ongoing events. Designer conversations, panels, presentations, and book signings featuring the industry's top editors and manufacturers will celebrate what's "new" and "next" in design.
"What's New, What's Next" has become a benchmark for introducing new products and celebrating the best in design. Last year the event had over 4,000 guests in attendance to view hundreds of new product introductions. Building on last year's success, the fourth annual 'What's New, What's Next' will continue to unite the industry like no other event does. Industry names like Jonathan Adler, Thom Filicia, Nina Freudenberger, Jiun Ho, Thomas Jayne, Celerie Kemble, Charlotte Moss, Christina Murphy, Amanda Nisbet, Nick Olsen, Alex Papachristidis, Charles Pavarini III, Thomas Pheasant, Katie Ridder, and Suysel dePedro Cunningham and Anne Maxwell of Tilton Fenwick are among the guest presenters lined up.
The NYDC is proud to partner with several esteemed shelter publications. Editors from Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, New York Spaces, Interior Design, Interiors, Editor at Large, New York Cottages & Gardens, Luxe Interiors + Design, Veranda, Traditional Home, Wall Street Journal, and Rue will be hosting discussions and offering insight into the design industry's latest trends.
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