INT'L HOUSEWARES SHOW

CHICAGO -- Setting the tone for stylish living, Martha Stewart kicked off the 2001 International Housewares Show here yesterday (Jan. 14) with a keynote address. Indeed, products that convey more style and panache will be heavily sought after by buyers that ascend McCormick Place this week, noted industry observers."Continuing trends include more design-oriented products," said Philip Brandl, president

CHICAGO -- Setting the tone for stylish living, Martha Stewart kicked off the 2001 International Housewares Show here yesterday (Jan. 14) with a keynote address. Indeed, products that convey more style and panache will be heavily sought after by buyers that ascend McCormick Place this week, noted industry observers.

"Continuing trends include more design-oriented products," said Philip Brandl, president and chief operating officer of the newly renamed International Housewares Associat

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