| March 6, 2014
During the March 10–12 run of the Los Angeles International Textile Show at the California Market Center, the CMC is hosting a series of free seminars on the 13th floor of the building.
Buyers attending the recent Surf Expo, held Sept. 6–8 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., had a wide selection of surf and swim merchandise to shop.
This season, WWDMAGIC got creative and moved vendors’ booths around in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Sourcing at MAGIC kicked off its four-day show a day early on Aug. 18 at a new location in the Las Vegas Convention Center: the North Hall.
Project, held on the first floor of the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, carried better men’s and dual-gender contemporary collections, and The Tents, which featured a selection of high-end brands catering to top-notch retailers, was held in a 50,000-square-foot tent adjacent to the convention center.
Pooltradeshow, known for showcasing emerging and up-and-coming designers, had a nice turnout with nearly 250 exhibitors at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
The aisles were crowded and buyers were lined up at many of the booths at the Aug. 17–20 OffPrice show at the Sands Expo and Convention Center.
If you were hearing a few foreign accents around the MRKET show, it’s because 14 percent of the buyers attending the menswear event were from out of the country, according to Britton Jones, president and chief executive of BJI Fashion Group, which is part of Business Journals Inc. in Norwalk, Conn.
This was ENKVegas’ second show featuring only women’s brands.
CurveNV, the lingerie and swim show run by CurvExpo, a division of European trade show producer Eurovet, moved back to its third-floor venue at The Venetian for its Aug. 19-20 run in Las Vegas.
Even though traffic seemed to be slightly off during two of the four-day-long Women’s Wear in Nevada show, buyers had beefed-up budgets over last year and were writing orders.
In its second season with show director Kenny Mac at the helm, Project MVMNT again unveiled a youth-focused show, which ran Aug. 19–21 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
Sam Ben-Avraham became a star on the trade show scene when he produced Project, which was acquired by Advanstar, MAGIC's parent company, in 2005.
Aligning with Liberty Fairs and Agenda in the Modern Assembly league of shows at the Sands Expo was a coup for Edina Sultanik, co-owner of the Capsule show.
When Agenda wrapped up its inaugural Las Vegas show at the Sands Expo, Agenda President Aaron Levant felt like running a victory lap.
The Las Vegas trade show lineup shuffled again this season