U.S. Trade Show And Market Calendar: Key Dates For January-June 1994
The new year ushers in a packed schedule of trade shows and market weeks across the country. Here's a listing of many that will take place during the first half. Dates are subject to revision and should be...
The new year ushers in a packed schedule of trade shows and market weeks across the country. Here's a listing of many that will take place during the first half. Dates are subject to revision and should be checked prior to events. For corrections and additions to the list, please contact William Cotto, City Desk, WWD, at (212) 630-3500/3540.
10-12, Accessorie Circuit, The Plaza, New York. Contact: ENK Productions, Elyse Kroll. (212) 759-8055.
10-12, The Intimate Apparel Salon, Doral Tuscany Hotel, New York. Exposition Associates. (203) 740-2018.
10-14, New York accessories market week.
10-21, New York general women's apparel market.
12-14, Fashion Accessories Expo, Piers 90 and 92, New York. Conference Management Co. (203) 852-0500.
12-15, Jewelers Showroom Associates, Rihga Royal Hotel, New York. (401) 454-1440.
14-16, Surf Expo, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Fla., active and beach lifestyle products. AMC Trade Shows. (404) 220-2211.
14-18, Chicago Apparel Center, women's and children's apparel summer market. (312) 527-7777.
14-18, California Mart, Los Angeles, women's and children's apparel summer market, along with the Los Angeles Intimate Apparel Showcase. (213) 225-6278.16-17, Montgomery Park, Portland, Ore., women's and children's apparel summer market. Portland Apparel Association. (503) 223-6819.
29-31, Action Sport Retailer Show, San Diego Convention Center. (714) 499-5374.
29-Feb. 1, The Fashion Center, San Francisco, women's and children's apparel summer market. (415) 864-1561.
4-7, The Super Show, Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta. Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association. (305) 893-8771.
5-8, The JA International Jewelry Show, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York. The Blenheim Group, contact: Annie Scully. (201) 346-1400, ext. 145.
10-15, Atlanta Apparel Mart, women's and children's apparel summer market. (404) 220-3000.13-15, New York Premier Collections, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York, women's apparel. The Blenheim Group, contact: Annie Scully. (201) 346-1400, ext. 145.
14-16, ISAM Preview '95 (International Swimwear/Activewear Market), California Mart, Los Angeles. 1-800-CAL-MART, ext. 231.
14-25, New York women's and children's fall I apparel market weeks.
15-17, Fashion Accessories Expo, Sands Expo and Convention Center, Las Vegas. Conference Management Co. (203) 852-0500.
16-19, MAGIC, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, men's and women's apparel. (310) 393-7757.
19-March 2, American International Designers at The Waldorf, New York, women's apparel. (504) 667-0462
19-March 2, Designers at The Essex House, New York, women's apparel. (818) 247-3718.
10-12, Fashion Accessories Expo, Piers 90 and 92, New York. Conference Management Co. (203) 852-0500.
22-25, International Fashion Boutique Show, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York. The Larkin Group. 1-800-8NY-SHOW.
22-25, Itemworks, Rihga Royal hotel, New York, women's apparel. VIP Productions. (212) 924-1940.
3-6, Miami International Merchandise Mart, women's and children's apparel fall II market. (305) 261-2900, ext. 124.3-7, Chicago Apparel Center, women's and children's apparel fall II market. (312) 527-7777.
5-8, Bayside Expo Center, Boston, women's apparel fall II market. (617) 825-5151, ext. 493.
7-9, HBA '94 Global Expo, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York, health and beauty aids. The Blenheim Group, contact: Annie Scully. (201) 346-1400, ext. 145.
London’s newly opened @designmuseum will look back on the life and work of Azzedine Alaïa in a show that the designer helped to curate before he died of heart failure last month. The retrospective, which Alaïa had worked on with Mark Wilson, chief curator of the @groningermuseum, will look at the impact of his work worldwide. The show, “Azzedine Alaïa: The Couturier,” will run from May 10 to October 7. Read more about the exhibit on WWD.com #wwdnews #wwdfashion (📷: @zefashioninsider)
@Pharrell and his wife Helen Lasichanh were among the stars that came out to celebrate @rimowa’s first pop-up concept shop. The space, which is located on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, draws inspiration from airport luggage carousels and lounge areas – and features the company’s luggage and accessories. If the pop-up is successful it could pave the way for addition temporary shops throughout the world. #wwdfashion (📷: Owen Kolasinski/BFA)
@carineroitfeld celebrated @crfashionbook’s first calendar last night with a dinner party at Spring Place in Manhattan. Photographed by @stevenkleinstudio, the calendar takes on a fitness theme and features @joansmalls, @gigihadid, @danielle_herrington_ – pictured here – and more. “[Carine Roitfeld] wanted me to feel sexy and she wanted me to be myself and feel it out on my own and do what I felt was right,” said Herrington, aka Miss October. #wwdeye
@saintrecords and @virgilabloh last night at @americanexpress’ “A Night With Success Makers” event. “I always bring it back to community because without that I wouldn’t have the courage,” said Knowles when asked how she has gotten where she is now. Read more highlights from their conversation on WWD.com. #wwdeye (📷: @lizdoupnik)
This Just In: Industry sources have told WWD that Anastasia Soare is rumored to be considering selling her beauty business, @anastasiabeverlyhills. According to those sources, Soare has tapped investment bank Imperial Capital to explore sale options for her eponymous beauty brand –– and with at least $340 million in net sales, this would be a big deal. Put in context of other recent transactions for makeup companies, Soare’s price tag could be in the billions if she were to sell the whole thing. #wwdnews #wwdbeauty (📷: @clint_spaulding)
@assouline’s latest book, “The Spirit of Bentley: Be Extraordinary” captures the adventurous attitudes and opulent lifestyles of @bentleymotors’ most creative owners and enthusiasts throughout the U.K. The 292-page hardcover has a section dedicated to showing its team of skilled artisans and photos of its most colorful owners, from George Bamford to designer @alicetemperley, pictured here by Aline Coquelle. #wwdeye
@google released its report on the most popular search terms this year. For fashion brands, the list was led by @gucci, the luxury brand that stunned the market last October when it pledged to stop using fur. Runner ups were @supremenewyork and @fashionnova, along with more established brands like @louisvuitton, @chanelofficial and @ysl. #wwdfashion (📷: @aitorrosasphoto)
In yet another fashion show shuffle, @elleryland is moving its show in sync with the Paris couture calendar — though the brand is still keeping one foot on the city’s ready-to-wear schedule. Their runway show in January will coincide with the launch of a new strategy: designing two main collections each year instead of four, which will then be released in four drops. “As we all know, the system needs to change. We need to show sooner to give time back to artisans and designers to do what they do best — create,” said founder Kym Ellery. #wwdnews #wwdfashion (📷: @kukukuba)
@maxmara’s classic 101801 coat was the cornerstone of its pre-fall 2018 collection. The design team expanded the traditional double-breasted, kimono-sleeved style into a trapeze coat, lean belted styles and a peacoat and presented them in monochromatic looks – like the camel one pictured here. #wwdfashion #prefall18 (📷: George Chinsee)