Playtime ended on the 3rd of September, bringing the first edition of the Tokyo three day trade show to a close. The event brought 68 collections from textiles, accessories, toys and decoration together and was seen by the organizers to have been a great success.
Première Vision, the textile manufacturers’ trade show, is continuing its internationalisation. After New York, Shanghai, Beijing and Moscow it will be branching out into Tokyo and Sao Paolo, with first editions for these new additions planned for the beginning of 2010.
It has been a busy few days at the Porte de Versailles from the 4th to the 7th of September. Prêt-à-Porter Paris was held its new edition under the headings of Less and Excess, the two leading trends this season, across eight section and a plethora of events.
From the 24th to the 27th of September, the Vienna Fashion Week will be held in the MuseumsQuartier, an unmissable hotspot in the Austrian capital which is set to become a fashion centre welcoming press and buyers.
Schoolgirls in Hamas-run Gaza have been told to wear traditional full-length robes and headscarves in what is being seen as the latest move towards enforcing conservative Islam in the besieged enclave.
He has figured in the ready-to-wear catwalks for the season autumn/winter 2010 for Y-3 in New York, but in the Fall it will be with a limited edition series of trainers and clothes where you will be able to find the psychedelic style and color of the “urban” artist Momo.
The results of the fashion trade show Intermoda surpassed expectations, helping to pick up the season for the fashion industry in the second half of the year and revealing a slight recovery for trade in Mexico.