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Agenda Founder Levant Unveils New Project

By Andrew Asch | June 7, 2018

Ntwrk, a video-commerce channel, was recently announced as the next project for Aaron Levant, the entrepreneur who founded the Agenda trade show.

Imagination Blossoms at WWDMAGIC

Creativity was thriving at the WWDMAGIC show, held Feb. 12–15 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Womenswear in Nevada Keeps the Beat Steady

This was only the second time that the Yak & Yeti label exhibited at the Womenswear in Nevada show Feb. 12–15 at the Rio All-Suite Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.

Liberty Moves in New Direction to Expand

In 2013, Sam Ben-Avraham introduced Liberty Fashion & Lifestyle Fairs to fill a hole in the trade-show market.

OffPrice Unveils a New E-trade Show

At its recent Feb. 10–13 event, the Offprice show reported a slight dip in exhibitors for the organization’s 47th show at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas, but vendors said that didn’t affect business, which was booming.

Project and The Collective Run Giant Shows

Spreading over the sprawling show floor of the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, a wide variety of menswear brands exhibited their Fall ’18 looks at Project and The Collective during the shows’ Feb. 12–14 run in Las Vegas.

Buyers Pack Las Vegas to Peruse Some 15 Trade Shows

If retailers couldn’t find what they were looking for in Las Vegas, they probably couldn’t find it anywhere.

Clarion Events and Premium Exhibitions Reveal Partnership

Under their new agreement that was finalized in October 2017, Berlin-based Premium Group and Clarion Events in England produced their first events as partners in January 2018.

A Successful Holiday Season Reaps Benefits in Las Vegas

A Successful Holiday Season Reaps Benefits in Las Vegas

An air of optimism blew through the various trade shows held Feb. 10–14 in Las Vegas as many retailers were encountering empty shelves in their warehouses from a robust holiday season, which set up a willingness to place orders and stock up for the upcoming seasons.

New Apparel and Textile Sourcing Show Slated for Miami

Hundreds of apparel and textile manufacturers from China, India, Bangladesh, the United States, Mexico and other countries will be exhibiting at the newly established Apparel Textile Sourcing Miami show, scheduled for May 21–23.

Surf Expo Ends on a High Note With Fair Weather

Surf Expo Ends on a High Note With Fair Weather

What a difference a few months make. Last September, the Surf Expo show was disbanded after one day when Hurricane Irma walloped Florida and parts of the East Coast.

Texworld USA Reveals New Fabric Trends Among Exhibitors

New looks in denim and advances in technical fabrics were hot topics at the recent Texworld USA, a large fabric sourcing event held Jan. 22–24 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

Fashion Market Northern California Sees Upbeat Retailers

Warmer weather and a better economy were two bright spots at the Fashion Market Northern California show, where buyers found an easy-to-navigate exhibition space at the San Mateo County Event Center.

Hong Kong Fashion Week Downsizes to One Hall This Year

Hong Kong Fashion Week Downsizes to One Hall This Year

Amidst the endless rows of lacy evening gowns, printed dresses, puffy jackets, ripped blue jeans and fur coats lined up inside the Hong Kong Convention Centre, exhibitors were seeing a shift in buyers.

Color and Fabric Trends Highlight Première Vision Textile Show

Color trends and the push for local manufacturing were two of the main themes at the 36th edition of the Première Vision New York international textile show.

ISS:  Serving Boutique Biz at Crowded Show

ISS: Serving Boutique Biz at Crowded Show

Designers Freddie Rojas and Tina Rani walked the recent Imprinted Sportswear Show at the Long Beach Convention Center to research machines that could tailor their printing services to boutique lines.