By  on February 1, 2018

BPD Expo, a pop-up denim trade show organized by BPD Washhouse and Washhouse Denim, cherry-picked a selection of 18 denim mills and manufacturers to exhibit at its biannual event in New York. The show was held at an intimate space in Soho on Jan. 24 to 25.

Described as the “antitrade show,” BPD Expo is designed for the time-crunched New Yorker. It does not exhibit in traditional trade show halls, offer panels, or any bells and whistles for that matter — rather, its no-frills approach is squarely focused on helping brands source quality denim in a decidedly casual environment. And, the show enlightens attendees on aspects of denim culture and offers a peek into how denim is dyed, via its Shibori demonstration — a Japanese dyeing technique — and its indigo dye display.

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