NEW YORK — While smaller in scale than its Designers & Agents counterpart, The Annex lured buyers here looking for one-of-a-kind spring and summer items.
Spread over three days, the bright, gallery-like setting featured a DJ spinning music and approximately 45 accessories and ready-to-wear companies — and quirky items like designer-made rugs. The show took place from Jan. 12-14 at 450 West 31st Street, with about 1,000 buyers attending.
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