The swimwear-focused event kicks off in Miami on Thursday, offering attendees a packed schedule of runway shows from both local and international brands, as well as trade fairs and a range of parties and receptions.
The Selected by Kate Moss label is making its UK debut at Pure London from July 21-23. It will be the first time the collection, from fast-growing Scandinavian label Nikkie, can be seen in Moss’s home market.
It was a mixed bag for men’s fashion trade shows this season. Among the livelier trade shows, Man and Welcome Edition, and the quieter Tranoï, the Copenhagen International Fashion Fair was pleased with its Paris debut.
For its second summer edition at the Carreau du Temple in Paris, Première Vision’s trade show dedicated to materials for luxury brands’ pre-collections attracted 1,311 visitors, a 3.5 percent increase from last season.
Opening on 9 July in Manchester will be the first unified edition of Outdoor Trade Show and the Kendal Outdoor Retail Show, with a line-up of exhibitors that includes Birkenstock, Puma, Kathmandu and Regatta.
This July’s edition of the NYC-based fashion trade fair will focus on sustainability and online sourcing, presenting visitors with 213 exhibitors from 22 different countries, as well as seminars, talks and an exhibition.
The premium womenswear trade show has announced that its upcoming SS20 edition will feature a carefully curated selection of new talent, including Cecilie Copenhagen, Suncoo, A Kjærbede, Mhudi and M.A.B.E.
The first edition of the Outdoor trade show began in Munich on June 30, with over 1,000 exhibitors. ISPO, the sport market’s leading winter event, is keen to make Outdoor the benchmark summer event too.
The UBM-run trade show announced on Wednesday that it has teamed up with the online platform and conference series for millennial businesswomen to offer educational panels at August’s Magic event in Las Vegas.
On the opening day of the Pitti Bimbo childrenswear show in Florence, the Italian fashion industry's employers association published the sector's 2018 results: revenue was €2.98 billion, up 4.2% thanks to exports.
The next sessions of the Parisian fashion trade shows will start on Friday June 21, featuring the well-established Tranoï and Man/Woman events, as well as the maiden Parisian edition of Danish show CIFF.