Fashion Coterie

JANUARY

 

6-8 Accessorie Circuit, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/accessorie-circuit-1

 

6-8 Accessories the Show

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/ATS-1

 

6-8 Moda, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/Moda-1

 

6-8 Fame, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/Fame-1

 

6-8 Project Womens, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/project-womens-NY

 

6-8 Children’s Club, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York, N.Y.

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/childrensclub-1

 

7-8 Swimwear Collective, Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, Calif.

Tel: 805-722-0398

E-mail: rachel.nobles@collectiveshows.com

Web: swimcollective.com

 

7-8 Active Collective, Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, Calif.

Tel: 805-722-0398

E-mail: rachel.nobles@collectiveshows.com

Web: activewearcollective.com

 

13-15 Retail’s Big Show, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center

Tel: 800-974-9069

Web: nrf.com

 

14-16 Designers & Agents, The New Mart, Los Angeles

Tel: 212-302-9575

E-mail: info@designersandagents.com

Web: designersandagents.com

 

15-16 Première Vision New York, Pier 94, New York

Tel: 646-351-1942

E-mail: pvusa@premierevision.com

Web: premierevision-newyork.com

 

20-22 Project/MRket, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York

Tel: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

 

21-23 Liberty Fairs, Pier 94, New York

Tel: 212-473-4523

E-mail: info@libertyfairs.com

 

22-24 MAN New York, Spring Studios, New York

E-mail: exhibit@manwomanshows.com

 

29-30 Cala San Francisco, The Fort Mason Center, San Francisco

Tel: 213-305-6887

E-mail: info@calashows.com

Web: calashows.com

 

FEBRUARY

4-6 New York Fashion Week: Men’s, various locations, New York

Tel: 212-302-1821

E-mail: nyfwmens@cfda.com

 

4-7 Footwear Sourcing at MAGIC, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/footwearsourcing

 

4-7 Sourcing at MAGIC, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/sourcing-magic

 

5-7 Project Womens, Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/project-womens

 

5-7 Stitch@Project Womens, Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/stitch-LV

 

5-7 PoolTradeshow, Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/pooltradeshow

 

5-7 Children’s Club, Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/childrensclub-magic

 

5-7 Curve Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/curve-las-vegas

 

5-7 WWDMAGIC, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/wwdmagic

 

5-7 FN Platform, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/fn-platform

 

5-7 Project; Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas

E-mail:cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/project

 

5-7 The Tents; Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/tentslv

 

5-7 MAGIC Men’s; Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/collective

 

23-25 Designers & Agents; Starrett-Lehigh, New York

Tel: 212-302-9575

E-mail: info@designersandagents.com

Web: designersandagents.com

 

23-25, Cabana, Pier 94, New York

E-mail: info@cabanashow.com

Web: cabanashow.com

 

25-27 Curve New York, Jacob K. Javits Center, New York

Tel.: 212-993-8590

E-mail: meghan@curvexpo.com

Web: curve-newyork.com

 

25-27 Sole Commerce, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/sole-commerce

 

25-27 Coterie, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/coterie

 

25-27 Moda, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/Moda-1

 

25-27 Fame; Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/Fame-1

 

MARCH

3-5 Children’s Club, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York

Tel.: 877-554-4834

E-mail: cs@ubmfashion.com

Web: ubmfashion.com/shows/childrensclub-2

 

6-9 L.A. Textile, California Market Center, Los Angeles

Tel: 213-630-3600

E-mail: retail@cmcdtla.com

Web: californiamarketcenter.com/latextile/contactus.php

 

11-13; Designers & Agents, The New Mart, Los Angeles

Tel: 212-302-9575

E-mail: info@designersandagents.com

Web: designersandagents.com

 

APRIL

 

8-9 Cala Denver, The Denver Mart, Denver

Tel: 213-305-6887

E-mail: info@calashows.com

Web: calashows.com

 

MAY

19-22 ReCon Global Real Estate Convention, Las Vegas

Tel: 646-728-3800

Web: icsc.org

 

 

 

 

Spotlight: Swimwear Association

Beach-bound buyers can revel in anticipation of SwimShow, the largest swimwear trade show in the world, which will unveil the latest trends and collections in swimwear at its annual event in July 2019. The show will take place at the Miami Beach Convention Center, held by the Swimwear Association of Florida.

SwimShow spans swimwear for women, men and children, as well as resortwear, beachwear, lifestyle, activewear and accessory collections. As the largest swimwear trade show in the world, SwimShow showcased more than 2,500 curated lines, 7,500-plus brands and approximately 3,000 buyers this year, hailing from 60 different countries.

The show was initially launched as a special event in Miami to help connect key swimwear industry players — and today, SwimShow has decades of trade events under its belt. SwimShow gives visitors first access to swim, beach and lifestyle products “planned and executed with the utmost needs of swimwear buyers and lovers in mind,” show organizers said. Featured brands at SwimShow include Bluette, Helen Kaminski, Juicy Couture, L’Space by Monica Wise, Luli Fama, Muche & Muchette, Nicole Miller, Queen Moda, Sea Level, Soleil Toujours, Sunday Saint-Tropez, Thaikila, Vitamin A and Wet Leopard, among many others.

Buyers can expect VIP amenities and exclusive access to emerging boutique brands across product categories such as swimwear, resort, beachwear, lifestyle, activewear and accessories. And a handpicked selection for eventgoers called “The Collection” was introduced in 2016, which aims to help identify notable emerging boutique brands and highlight distinguished swimwear industry brands. The Collection segment also offers VIP amenities such as champagne butler service and a lounge area.

Judy Stein, director of SwimShow, said “At SwimShow, buyers get the best of both worlds, having the opportunity to view the most exciting collections from emerging designers, as well as the most important established brands. Our show has become part of the fabric of the swimwear industry, consistently attracting premier brands and buyers.”

Spotlight: Informa

Informa, the new owner of UBM Fashion, an international producer of fashion trade shows, will soon unite five distinctive women’s shows into its “NY Women’s” event, taking place at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York on January 6. To 8.

The event fuses Project Womens, Accessorie Circuit, Fame, Moda, Accessories the Show and its collocated Children’s Club into an event that will showcase a wide range of products from contemporary brands to trend-driven fashion, the show organizer said.

After a one-year hiatus from the New York trade show calendar, the legacy premier accessory event, Accessorie Circuit, will return during New York January and August women’s markets with a new look and a more curated presence of trend-setting designer and fine jewelry, handbags, footwear, scarves, belts and gift items. Project Womens, formerly Intermezzo Collections, returns for its second season in New York giving buyers access to the best emerging and established women’s brands. The organizers say it is the ultimate destination for contemporary collections, denim and accessories.

Spotlight: Pitti Immagine

“Clear and stimulating” is the vision for Pitti Immagine, an international fashion industry event firm based in Italy.

Pitti Immagine is devoted to “top down” modernity, the company said. And as such, the prevailing theme for the firm’s trade show lineup this season is packaged as the “Pitti Box,” which asks the question, “Are you ‘in’ or ‘out’ of the box?” Various installations and interactive layouts will be presented across its events from the likes of Moon Boot, Woolrich, Diadora and Ecoalf, among others, that will be on display to invite a closer look.

And Uomo, its forthcoming show in Florence, is promised to uphold “new modes of presentation,” including special events, installations and shows covering the men’s fashion and contemporary lifestyles spectrum. The event will also underscore successes in the digital space, including Concept Korea’s “The Beyond the Closet Fashion Show” and “Art-Meets Fashion,” an installation that experiments with unique materials and draws inspiration from New York street art culture. Uomo will take place from Jan. 8 to 11.

Designers presenting at Uomo include Y/Project, led by creative director Glenn Martens, a featured men’s wear guest designer, alongside the debut of namesake collection AldoMariaCamillo by Aldo Maria Camillo, a men’s wear designer that has worked with the likes of Ermenegildo Zegna and Berluti.

And further into the winter season, Pitti Immagine will showcase children’s wear at Bimbo on Jan. 17 to 19; knitting yarns at Filati on Jan. 23 to 25, and Super — an event that spotlights emerging talent in product and accessories innovations — which is held in Milan from Feb. 22 to 25.

Spotlight: Première Vision

As seasonal changes warrant shifting hem lengths and the desire to show more skin, versatile, technical fabrics come into focus. And Première Vision New York’s winter edition, held on Jan. 15 and 16 at Pier 94, will shed light on spring 2020 textile trends with a particular focus on notable advances in textile designs and fabrications.

Noted as a can’t-miss global textile event for North American industry professionals, Première Vision New York will present the textile trends, mapping five sectors or “universes” that include fabrics, leather, designs, accessories and manufacturing for the upcoming spring season.

Visitors can peruse its Trend Forum and Color Wall, enabling guests to “visualize the season’s key colors in king-size format” while simultaneously identifying suppliers. With more than 300 exhibitors on view, attendees can sample new textile innovations and experience “trend tastings,” or seasonal highlights that reveal “global influences and main silhouettes to key products, with a specific focus on fabrics, accessories and patterns,” the firm said.

In partnership with the Council of Fashion Designers of America, Ramon Martin of Tome was named brand ambassador. Marin will present several outfits exclusively for Première Vision that emphasize two themes Première Vision has been cultivating: “Made in USA” and the “Smart Creation” program, focusing on sustainability.

Its winter edition will highlight textile innovations such as Panama Trimmings’ 100 percent fair and vegan oil derivative, as well as Rebil Group’s Oeko-Tex Standard, including its 100 percent organic-cotton care labels and woven labels, as well as technologies embedded in traceable hangtags.

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