FIL DOUX TEXTILES AT BDNY 2017
Fil Doux Textiles will be showing at Boutique DESIGN New York 2017, a leading trade fair for the hospitality & leisure design industry, from November 12 - 13 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. At the show, the company will debut a new vinylife collection of beautiful worn leather looks named Arte, the word for craft in Spanish. Fil Doux Textiles’ fabric will also be used as an accent to various furnishings at the Brookline Furniture booth (#569).
“We have created a simple yet elegant booth for this year’s BDNY to match our sophisticated Vinylife collection,” says CEO Leo Novik. “It has a green element as well, much like the environmentally Arte with timeless leather looks that are both biodegradable and cruelty free.”
The company’s custom designed booth (#961) was inspired by their eco-friendly ethos, at which their first ever drapery collection, Daybreak, and the sound-inspired Cadence collection of woven upholstery will be on display.
Fil Doux Textiles' executives Leo Novik and Robert Pullen, as well as their Creative Director Audrey Pincus, will be attending and serving drinks throughout the show. Email Cherie Bustamante at firstname.lastname@example.org or Abby Kosisko at email@example.com to set up an appointment with them.
About Fil Doux Textiles:
Fil Doux Textiles produces timeless, luxurious upholstery and drapery fabrics for the hospitality design and contract furnishings industry. Beginning in Chile with a family-owned mill 80 years ago, today the business—operated by Leonardo Novik—controls two fully vertical mills in Chile and Brazil, allowing personalized customization and a superior lead time on its woven fabrics, sheers, Vinylife, leather, and digital textile prints. Fil Doux Textiles’ commitment to always embrace beauty has led the company to introduce game-changing new products to the market, including their eco-friendly Vinylife upholstery and Pro-Tech, a powerful ink and stain protectant. Fil Doux Textiles upholds significant environmental standards, using wind power, recycling dye water, and reusing fabric for packaging.