Trade shows are back… and how. Visitors to Scoop x Pure show last week will have seen a busy event . High Covid case rates may be making some people nervous, but fashion is heading back to normality as fast as it can.
As trade shows and fashion weeks spring back into their physical forms, the British Fashion Council has announced the revival of London Show Rooms, which returns in a new collaboration with White Milano.
The denim-only tradeshow has announced that, in light of current developments related to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, it is canceling this season’s New York event, originally scheduled for December 6-7.
On September 3-6, at the Porte de Versailles exhibition centre in Paris, over 700 ready-to-wear, accessories, shoes, jewellery and beachwear brands will meet for the first post-pandemic physical trade show.
Moda, the UK national footwear show, can boast a global win. It becomes the only organiser in the last 18 months to be able to put on a show for the footwear industry, taking place at Birmingham's NEC on 5-8 September.
In January, the Florentine event organizer is planning to replicate the format it explored in June, hosting its two flagship trade shows, Pitti Uomo and Pitti Bimbo, simultaneously from January 11 to 13, 2022.
Having seen a return to almost normal levels of activity in April, Shanghai's textile and apparel trade shows will hold their next editions, with appropriate health and safety measures, from August 25 to 27.
The fashion trade fair is making its physical comeback in NYC at the end of July, when it will welcome 67 international and domestic companies to its first in-person event since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Florentine trade fairs Uomo, Filati and Bimbo wrapped up on Friday, following what was, according to organisers, a better-than-expected run. For most exhibitors, this physical edition was all about meeting up again.