| July 5, 2022
Held June 14–17, buyers from all 50 states, Canada, and Mexico attended the Apparel & Accessories trade event in Dallas, which featured expanded space to accommodate new brands.
Texworld New York City, Apparel Sourcing New York City and Home Textiles Sourcing Return to In-Person for Summer 2022 Edition
Held July 19–21 at the Javits Center, Texworld New York City, Apparel Sourcing New York City and Home Textiles Sourcing celebrated a successful summer 2022 edition, featuring thousands of fabrics and garments from hundreds of global textile manufacturers and suppliers and drawing thousands of new and returning attendees to the show floor for networking, sourcing and education.
The Fall/Winter 2023 edition of Preface was held July 27–28 at The Clara, a photography studio in the Arts District of Los Angeles, where designers gathered for a glimpse into fashion’s future.
The New York Fabric Show was held July 20–21 at the New Yorker Hotel and, after the lifting of COVID travel restrictions, was able to welcome back Canadian exhibitors Gordon Fabrics, Kendor Textiles, Telio and Zinman Textiles.
Launching July 14 at the Boulan South Beach with an evening opening reception, La Plage Miami continued through July 18 in the hotel’s penthouses. The curated collection of French fashion brands was presented with all the flair of Parisian couture set against the sun and sea of the location.
The New World Center in Miami Beach, Fla., welcomed Hammock July 16–18 along with the show’s new philosophy. Hammock was all about slow fashion, social responsibility, respect for the environment, inclusiveness and wellness.
Cabana was held July 16–18 at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, Fla., to retail buyers in search of what’s next, and they were not disappointed.
Street Scene: Miami
Destination:Miami by Coterie was held July 16–18 at the iconic Eden Roc in Miami Beach, Fla. This famed hotel, built in 1955, has an impressive history welcoming guests such as Frank Sinatra and Elizabeth Taylor among the impressive list of stars who graced this stunning Miami beach resort.
Held July 16–18 at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, Fla., SwimShow drew an international fashion community ready to jump into summer as Miami heated up for this yearly fashion event.
As always, Miami Swim Week has proven to be the industry’s hottest event of the year, able to bring together the most notable swimwear brands, buyers, retailers, influencers and fashion editors from across the globe for a full week of activations, runway presentations and leading trade shows for the swimwear market.
The Miami heat rose to 100 as the hottest influencers, global retailers and brands gathered in South Beach at the chicest venues beginning with Catwalks & Cocktails on July 13 and running through July 21.
“June was just a fabulous show!” said Mary T. Taft, executive director of Fashion Market Northern California. “Buyers were very pleased with the merchandise and product availability, and exhibitors were pleased with the traffic.”
Los Angeles Market Week welcomed buyers to explore the latest trends for Fall and Holiday 2022 June 12–16 at The New Mart, Cooper Design Space and California Market Center.
Swim Collective, produced by Emerald, took place June 14–15 at the Paséa Hotel & Spa in Huntington Beach, Calif., where guests had the opportunity to see the newest swimwear designs from the vantage point of a beachfront resort.