How Hastings Tile & Bath became a New York Cultural Brand

American Psycho, by Brett Easton Ellis, is a diabolical story of a businessman gone mad in the big apple. Despite the book’s graphic depiction of excessive drug use, polyamory, and psychopathy, it also serves as an archive of New York City’s biggest brands circa 1991. The narrator Patrick Bateman’s obsession with elegance stems from fashion, constantly noticing and name dropping mega-designers like Ralph Lauren, Versace, and Calvin Klein. However, other industries also pass Bateman’s luxury taste-test, including interior bathroom products distributor (and DRS and Associates’ client) Hastings Tile and Bath.

DRS at Design Bloggers Conference

DRS and Associates was a Platinum Sponsor for the Design Bloggers Conference 2017 last month right in our backyard at The Beverly Hilton. Our team focused on meeting and building connections with design bloggers, representing our clients and communicating their brand stories while developing valuable partnerships with the designers.

“What’s Your DRS” with Jocelyn Hutt

DRS and Associates is made up of a wonderful team of creative and hardworking professionals, and now you can get to know them a little better. Here’s a look at our very own Jocelyn! When in Scotland, it's [...]

“What’s Your DRS” with Jennifer Cash

Jennifer Cash is looking for clients' coverage in interior design magazines at our office library. DRS and Associates is made up of a wonderful team of creative and hardworking professionals, and now you can get to know [...]

What We’re Reading!

Raw and uncut, welcome to our inaugural blog post, What We're Reading!, where we will be highlighting what DRS employees are reading. Comments are each their own. Maxine: Letters to Milena, Franz Kafka The Thriving, Redefined Girl Power of [...]

DRS and Associates brings CXC Simulations to ESPN

Sam Schmidt sits in the cockpit of a virtual race car made possible by Arrow Electronics, CXC Simulations and iRacing.com. Courtesy Tim Considine In December of this past year, ESPN published a racing-inspired story: “Sam Schmidt gives [...]

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