Changes in denim brand leadership, denim trade shows, and youth culture brands indicate a massive, ongoing shake-up.
Denim’s Multi-Dimensional Fate
Denim Trends from the Trade Show-Styles, Washes, Silhouettes from Street, Premium, Urban, and Women’s Leading Brands, plus Top Trends from Attendees
To get an idea of what to expect this Fall from the denim industry, we take a look at a cross-section of genres, brands on the floor, and denim styles worn by attendees and exhibitors.
Project Fashion Trade Show Brings Sparkle to Business in an Otherwise Dour Economy with Bustling Aisles, Top Denim Brands, Footwear, Accessories, and Upper-Urban Apparel
Distressed denim, plaids, quality footwear, return to authentic workwear-made-street-savvy reminds us that the ideals of fashion have changed.
Project’s Fall Fashion Show Creates New Excitement for Denim, Contemporary, and Premium Street Brands Attracting Scores of Leading Retailers and Buyers Interested Discovering New Season Collections and Hidden Gems
Drawing comparisons to Bread & Butter, Project this time around seemed more its own show with an expanded women’s section, footwear, accessories, and of course latest collections among the world’s leaders in denim.
Project Inspires Beauty in the Concept of Trade Shows While Providing a Business Platform for Leading Brands Retailers in Denim, Contemporary, Premium Street, Accessorie-Label Networks Bi-Annual Trade Show Review from Spring, 2008
When Project Fashion Trade Show was bought by Advanstar, owners of MAGIC and Pool a couple of years ago, many people wondered if this show could maintain is aesthetic edge, beauty, and most importantly, attraction to top denim brands, premium street, and contemporary. Fortunately, as we walked the halls February 13-15 in Las Vegas, it’s clear that not only has the show stepped-up its program, but continues to attract scores of buyers looking for leading-edge brands.