The Dutch city of Maastricht will host the 34th World Fashion Convention on 9 and 10 October 2018. The convention is jointly organised by the International Apparel Federation (IAF) and Dutch fashion association Modint.
This season, the men's tradeshow takes inspiration from the cinema, unveiling a "film festival" theme for January. The return of major names, as well as special events and new collaborations, are all part of the glamour.
Announced this autumn, Xavier Clergerie's return to the helm of tradeshows Who’s Next–Première Classe marks a new stage for the organisation, but it's ahead of the arrival of new director, slated for January.
Fashion trade show Pure London has announced the creation of a new sourcing event as a platform to unite suppliers, buyers and brands and bring all aspects of fashion sourcing and manufacturing under one roof.
On October 25 and 26, The World Textile Information Network (WTiN) will host the Textile 4.0 Conference in Amsterdam. The event focuses on the relationship between Industry 4.0 concept and the textile industry.
London trade show Pure has promoted Julie Driscoll to the role of managing director. She will drive the next step in Pure’s evolution as the event unveils a new campaign and website for its February show.