industry insider | Sep 26, 2017
Friday, October 13

Enlightening product debuts and joyous anniversary celebrations kick off the Friday of Market.

Currey & Company’s Tala LED Light Bulb Program Debut 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.  Join the brand as it introduces its Tala LED Light Bulb Program. Meet the U.K.-based Tala team and learn more about its beautifully designed sustainable lightbulbs. A membership drive for Sustainable Furnishings Council will also be held during the party.  Currey & Company, IHFC, M110 on Main Street, Street Level

Julianne Taylor Style for Mitchell Black Launch Party 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. Julianne Taylor Style for Mitchell Black unveils its second full collection of wallpaper, featuring new and worldly designs in Taylor’s signature bold colorways. View the collection and mix, mingle, snack and sip with the designer and her team. Mitchell Black, IHFC, 210 E. Commerce Ave., G263

Antiques Diva Happy Hour Tour with Toma Clark Haines 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. An expert in global sourcing, The Antiques Diva, a.k.a. Toma Clark Haines, takes visitors on a whirlwind tour through major antique periods and styles, giving hints and tips on identifying key characteristics and distinguishing period pieces from modern forgeries.  Antique & Design Center, 316 W. Commerce Ave., Ground Level

WithIt’s 20th Anniversary Celebration 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Follow the flapper fringe to WithIt's 1920s-themed party, honoring the organization's 20 years of developing leadership, education, networking and mentoring opportunities for women. Kick up your heels with cocktails, food, music, a silent auction and more! Purchase tickets here. The Lofts at Union Square, 410 W. English Rd. 

Introducing Medea Lifestyle 1905: A New Showroom at Theodore Alexander  7:30 p.m. Theodore Alexander welcomes luxury Italian furniture manufacturer Medea Lifestyle 1905 to the U.S. as its exclusive distributor. Join the brand for cocktails and a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its showroom to debut a dedicated area of the High Point space to Medea. RSVP or call 336-885-5005.  Theodore Alexander, 229 W. Russell Ave.

This article originally appeared in Fall 2017 issue of the Designers' Guide, High Point Market. Subscribe for more.

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