What’s New What’s Next 2019

On September 12, 2019 from 12:00 – 8:00pm, the historic 16-floor design building filled with over 7,000 guests to attend what has become the design industry’s most anticipated event and anchoring NYC’s unofficial design week, eleventh annual What’s New, What’s Next. From the Voutsa inspired vibrant graphic canvas bags upon entering the event to the 95 participating showrooms with more than 50 designer conversations, presentations, and panels and 16 Meet & Greets and open houses with some of the industry’s top names, editors and manufacturers—all celebrating what’s “new” and “next” in design, created this year’s benchmark event.


Attendees gained insight into the industry’s latest trends while mingling with notable names including, Aerin Lauder, Bunny Williams, Jamie Drake, Alexa Hampton, Giulia Costantini, Wendy Goodman, Jay Jeffers, Thom Filicia, Celerie Kemble, Whitney Robinson, Suzanne Kasler, Benjamin Reynaert, Ryan Korban, Laura Kirar, Steele Marcoux, Sabine Rothman, Phillip Thomas, Phillip Gorrivan, Robert Stilin, Helen Allen, Ray Booth, Jackie Terrebonne, Colin King, Brittany Ambridge, Mieke ten Have, Danielle Colding, Katilin Peterson, Annie Block, Mara Miller, Jessie Carrier, Melissa Feldman, Keia McSwain, Madeline Stuart, Ingrid Abramovitch, Lucy Bamman, Caleb Anderson, Alex Redgrave, Neal Beckstedt, David Kaihoi, Pamela Jaccarino, Josh Greene, Helene Oberman, Shawn Henderson, Drew McGukin, Katy Olson, Brittany McIntyre, Kati Curtis, and many more! The stellar line up had attendees continuously traveling throughout 200 Lex’s 16 floors.


The New York Design Center partnered with the following esteemed media publications and editors from: ARRAY Magazine, Art Student League, Aspire Design & Home, Better Homes & Gardens, Black Interior Design Network, Business of Home, Cabana, Dering Hall, Design Leadership Network, domino, Elle Décor, Form Design Studio, Galerie, House Beautiful, Interior Design, Interior Design Home, Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club, LCDQ, Luxe Magazine, Milieu, New York Cottages and Gardens, New York Magazine, New York School of Interior Design, StyleRow, The Winter Show, Town & Country, Veranda, Whalebone.


What’s New, What’s Next was an energizing event, generating an opportunity for attendees to network with the best in design, learn about the latest trends, and view hundreds of new products all under one roof!

To view the programming information from this year’s What’s New, What’s Next visit nydc.com/wnwn

Photography by:
Lynn Saville
Kevin Lau Business of Home
Matthew Carasella / ©Carasella.com