The French show organiser is putting an allegedly temporary stop to Première Vision Istanbul, five years after it was launched, in order to focus on its US and French events, whose numbers have recently increased.
On Sunday, the Parisian trade show Who’s Next gave a platform to several change-makers for a conference on how brands can transition to become more eco-friendly which, it was agreed, requires a multipronged approach.
Ispo Group has appointed Jeanette Loos to the newly-created role of global head. In this new position, Loos will be responsible for driving the strategic development of all aspects of the sports trade fair.
This weekend, at Who's Next in Paris, the French show organiser and Istituto Marangoni are launching a call for applications to Lab Scene, a mentoring programme that will support three emerging designers for a year.
The international jewellery trade show Bijorhca is expecting nearly 12,000 visitors for its forthcoming edition, scheduled in Paris on September 6-9, and featuring a redesigned exhibition area with new sections.
Fom August 4 through 6, more than 250 intimates and swimwear brands hit New York’s Javits Center, where Curve NY celebrated inclusivity and confidence, all while exploring the latest industry developments.
Parisian trade show Who’s Next will see some new additions at its upcoming edition from September 6 to 9, including the launch of the fashion event 'Impact' and a partnership with Eurovet for resort wear.
The textile sourcing event returns to New York this month, kicking off with Fashionsustain, a one-day conference addressing some of the most pressing sustainability issues currently facing the fashion industry.
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.