Hosted at the Embassy Suites Las Vegas Feb. 2–5, the International Fashion Jewelry & Accessory Group’s most-recent show attracted buyers who were interested in serious business without the hassle of competing for the attention of buyers.
Providing options for discount buyers, the Feb. 3–6 edition of the Offprice show saw attendees from around the world at the Sands Expo Convention Center.
At the Mandalay Bay Convention Center Feb. 5–7, Project Womens saw buyers searching for unique goods that would draw in their customers.
As the sibling show to the larger women’s show, Stitch @ Project Womens afforded options in resort and contemporary lines.
Hosted at the Rio Convention Center for its final show in the space, Womenswear In Nevada saw business from buyers who value personalized attention during its Feb. 3–6 run.
Hosted in a tent across from the Mandalay Convention Center, Sourcing at MAGIC opened one day earlier than its sibling Informa-produced trade shows when it began on Feb. 4.
Denim-focused trade show Kingpins announced that it would cancel its Hong Kong 2020 edition, which was scheduled for May 13-14, amid coronavirus concerns.
For its latest performance, Los Angeles' American Contemporary Ballet revisits the glamour of jazz-infused choreography from Fred Astaire with costumes to complement the recreation of the magical movements.
Oscar-winning costume designer Ruth E. Carter and Swedish clothing brand H&M have partnered on a new collection of apparel that will launch Feb. 13.
Las Vegas Shows
Trade-show season is in full swing, with exhibitors reporting good traffic and buyers taking their time but remaining optimistic. With a travel ban implemented on citizens coming to the United States from China due to the coronavirus outbreak, some shows experienced a fewer number of exhibitors from that country.