Las Vegas Market’s temporary exhibits – housed in the all-new Expo at World Market Center Las Vegas – are tracking to grow by more than 30 percent to showcase nearly 400 established and up-and-coming lines in seven easy-to-shop gift and home decor destinations for their Winter 2022 staging, Jan. 23-26.
“The Las Vegas Market Gift & Home temporary exhibits are a dynamic hub of inspiration, offering one-of-a-kind products, West Coast only vendors, and an eclectic mix of home, gift, design, and fashion lines found nowhere else in the United States,” said Scott Eckman, International Market Centers (IMC) executive vice president, chief revenue officer. “This Winter, they are a must-see for buyers in search of unique products, cash and carry, and the newest additions to the product scene.”
The Las Vegas Market temporary exhibits are trend incubators with new and established brands bringing fresh product to Las Vegas Market’s seven product destinations: Design, Gift, Gourmet Housewares Collection, Handmade, Home, Immediate Delivery and Luxe. For Winter 2022, LVMKT temporary exhibits will see growth in several on-demand consumer categories: sustainable and repurposed materials, fashion accessories, candles, seasonal/ holiday, framed art and soft goods.
A full list of temporary exhibitors is available here.
What to Expect in Temps
Design – contemporary and design-led gift and home décor resources – features some 10-plus exhibitors. Notable are American Design Club (curated gifts from artists and designers), Blomus (modern home décor from Germany), Cose Nuove (Danish lifestyle brands) and Cavallini Papers & Co. (gift and stationery).
The Gift collection – decorative gifts, jewelry, apparel, personal care, baby & kids, stationery, seasonal and innovative lifestyle products – expands in Winter 2022 with more than 85 brands. Highlights include Angel Dear (baby clothing), The Christmas Place (Christmas trees, ornaments, lights and holiday décor), Hobo Bags (handbags), Mary Hada (representing 48 gift, apparel and stationery lines) and Potluck Press (gifts and stationery).
The Gourmet Collection of nearly 20 gourmet foods, housewares and tabletop brands is in its Winter Market debut. It features brands including JK Adams (handmade wooden cutting boards, entertaining and kitchen storage), JURA (Swiss automatic coffee machines), Lynn & Lianna (hand-poured serveware), Wet-It! Swedish Treasures (reusable cleaning cloths) and South Bend Chocolate (chocolates and candies) and more.
Handmade presents an international collection of handcrafted, artisanal and designer-maker products showcased by 25-plus artisans. Notable in Winter 2022 are Albert L. (punkt) (bamboo tabletop made in Vietnam), Berit Brooks (leather goods handcrafted in Colorado), Jitana (home décor from Bali), Kazi + All Across Africa (handmade home décor from Africa), Mi Cocina / Ubi-ind (Made-in-America denim kitchen textiles) and more.
Home features decorative accessories, accent furniture, home textiles, decorative pillows, bedding and top-of-bed, rugs, lighting, wall décor and more by 30-plus brands. Exhibiting brands include Aqua Virio (Swedish textiles), Glory Wisdom (sheepskin and leather goods), Laura Park (wallpaper and textiles inspired by original art), Linen Tales (tabletop and kitchen textiles and bedding) and Vision Billiards (convertible pool tables).
The Immediate Resources destination features over 20 fine and costume jewelry brands plus antiques, vintage and found objects. The cash and carry resources include Avanti (costume jewelry), Chloe Jewelry and Accessories (pre-owned fine jewelry, handbags and accessories), Forever Green Art (preserved florals and home accents), Replica Plants & Décor (artificial plants and containers) and Widafouta (baskets).
In Luxe, high-end luxury goods include 4 gift, home furnishings and home décor brands. Highlights are: Assouline (books), Be OUTSPOKEN (limited-edition statement décor), Nicolette Mayer (wallpaper, textiles and tabletop), Pierre Verona (luxury stone home accents and furniture) and Rug & Kilim (designer rugs).
The Las Vegas Market temporary exhibits are the gateway to thousands of furniture, gift and home décor resources showcased on 38 floors in three World Market Center Las Vegas buildings. Presented in the state-of-the-art, 315,000-square-foot Expo at World Market Center Las Vegas – which is contiguous with Building C – the positioning of the temporary exhibits in the Expo allows for a continuous flow of traffic between temporary exhibits and permanent showrooms, encouraging exploration and discovery.
Gift & Home Temporaries at the Expo at Las Vegas Market are open 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Jan. 23, through Jan. 25 and 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Jan. 26.