Fred Nicolaus
industry insider
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October 5, 2022
The direct-to-consumer brand once focused entirely on selling bedding online. Now, as it expands into new categories and grows its showroom footprint, founder Ariel Kaye shares why designers are a key customer base.
podcast
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October 3, 2022
On this episode of The Business of Home podcast, Gabriel Hendifar, the co-founder and artistic director of lighting and furniture brand Apparatus, shares how he’s leading the company—known for both its business savvy and bold theatricality—into the next chapter after a recent separation from co-founder and husband Jeremy Anderson.
industry insider
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September 29, 2022
Launched in 2016, The Invisible Collection targets the ultra-high-end e-commerce design market. The brand’s founders share how its just-launched New York showroom will take the business to the next level.
weekly feature
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September 28, 2022
The 2010s saw the rise of many hyped e-design platforms—Decorist, Modsy, Homepolish—that have since shuttered. What’s plaguing the troubled brands, and what’s keeping the survivors in business?
mergers & acquisitions
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September 15, 2022
The digital media company adds to its growing roster of shelter publications, which includes Domino, Lonny, Bob Vila and Business of Home.
comings & goings
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September 15, 2022
In a shakeup for two of the industry’s big players, West Elm president Alex Bellos is headed to Food52, where he’ll serve as co-CEO alongside co-founder Amanda Hesser, before transitioning to sole CEO next year.
comings & goings
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September 8, 2022
Khoi Vo shares his vision for the American Society of Interior Designers, where he’ll lead the charge on efforts to shore up design industry inclusivity, interconnectivity and mentorship.
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