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TRADESHOWS

Venue Tradeshow Grows with New Dates, New Location

By Andrew Asch | December 18, 2014

Miles Canares, Venue’s founder, recently announced major changes to the biannual show’s schedule and a new location for the show. However, the event willcontinue to mostly be devoted to men’s streetwear and emerging brands.

CMC to Launch ‘Athleisure’ Lifestyle Show in March

The California Market Center will launch Shape, a new trade show focused on the “athleisure” trend, during the March 16–18 run of Los Angeles Fashion Market.

Hong Kong Fashion Week Takes a Look at the Fall/Winter 2015 Season

The 46th semiannual Hong Kong Fashion Week will be held Jan. 19–22 at the Hong Kong Convention Centre with a number of fashion shows, seminars, exhibitors and trend forecasts tailor-made for buyers and other attendees.

Visual Display: A Look at Project’s New Booths

Visual Display: A Look at Project’s New Booths

Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay Convention Center hosts sprawling fashion trade shows Project, ENK Vegas,the eclectic Pooltradeshow and the higher-end Men’s trade show as well as The Tents.

Visual Display: Agenda’s Award Winning Booths

Visual Display: Agenda’s Award Winning Booths

Most trade show booths are plain 10-by-10 affairs, and they give a clear message: Trade shows are just about business.

New Sourcing Trade Show to Bow in L.A. in March

Apparel manufacturers and retailers looking to scout factories will have a new venue when the Factory Direct trade show bows March 2–4 at The New Mart in downtown Los Angeles.

Shop & Dine

Trade shows can be fun, but they can zap your energy with endless hours on your feet or days bogged down at a booth. Here are a few suggestions on new restaurants and boutiques that might make life a little easier when traveling to those trade shows.

Fashion Navigation: Helping Attendees Make the Most of Their Trade Show Visit

Whether attending a stand-alone trade show or heading into the multi-venue shows in Las Vegas, Los Angeles or New York, buyers and other trade-show attendees have a lot to see in a limited time. California Apparel News spoke to several trade-show organizers about the resources they have to help attendees navigate the shows.

New Lines and Established Collections

New Lines and Established Collections

Buyers at the Oct. 19–22 run of Fashion Market Northern California at the San Mateo Event Center shopped more than 250 exhibitors displaying everything from high-end formalwear to moderate styles and accessories.

Crowded LA Market Schedule Draws Major Retailers and Specialty Stores

Buyers ranging from major retailers such as Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom to key specialty stores and e-tailers such as ShopBop, Ron Herman, Fred Segal and Beckley turned out for the recent run of Los Angeles Fashion Market, which was spread across multiple showroom buildings and several returning and new trade shows.

Apparel Retailers—and Manufacturers—Offer Some Advice for the New Owners of MAGIC, Project and Pool

New ownership usually means change for any company. Following the recent announcement that U.K. company UBM PLC will acquire Advanstar for $972 million, many in the industry wondered what changes were in store for the trade show giant, whose shows include MAGIC, Project and Coterie.

Department Stores and Chains Turn Out

Department Stores and Chains Turn Out

Business for the juniors and department store–focused LA Majors Market, which ran Oct. 6-8 at the California Market Center, was brisk, according to the market’s vendors.

Drawing a Mix of Established Brands, New Designers

Drawing a Mix of Established Brands, New Designers

Traffic steadily picked up at the Sept. 29–Oct. 1 run of the Los Angeles International Textile Show at the California Market Center in Los Angeles, where exhibitors said they met with both well-known brands as well as new designers.

Advanstar Sold for $972 Million

Advanstar Communications Inc., producer of the biannual MAGIC Marketplace trade shows in Las Vegas, the biggest apparel trade show in North America, announced on Oct. 1 that it will be acquired for $972 million, by London-based media company and events producer UBM PLC.

Designers and Agents Suspends Paris Show

Designers and Agents, which organizes curated trade shows for contemporary fashions, has decided to suspend its Paris show, which took place for several years in the Marias district of the French capital.

L.A. Men’s Market at 1: New Brands, Wide Range of Styles

The LA Men’s Market trade show forecasts growth and filling a unique niche when it rolls out its first-anniversary show at the Area 4 section of the California Market Center Oct. 13–14.

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