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Paris trade shows 2010

Paris Presses On: The French Trade Shows

French trade shows are sharpening their presentations and venues set ups to benefit visitors.

Orenstein Launches Consulting Business

Joel Clark Orenstein, who has held executive posts at companies such as Halston, Oscar de la Renta and Federated Department Stores, starts his own firm.


Strength in Numbers: Berlin's Trade Show Scene

This city is turning into German trade show central as the fall season kicks off with eight trade fairs, plus Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin.

Australia trade shows, Rosemont Australian Fashion Week, Reed Gift Fairs

Bookings and Hopes Rise in Australia

Show organizers report an uptick in confidence for the first half of next year.

Italian trade fairs, Fieramilanocity, AboutJ, Oroarezzo, Pitti, White

Italy: Quick-Change Artists

Italian show organizers are taking nothing for granted.

Brazil's Fashion Weeks:
Steady She Goes

Organizers of Brazil’s main runway fashion weeks aim to attract visitors with salons and convenient showroom facilities, despite the surging local currency.

U.K. trade shows, British Fashion Council, BFC, Pure

Playing to Strengths:
The British Shows

Thanks to a strong euro and a weaker pound, British show organizers are attracting both foreigner visitors and domestic buyers alike.

Canada trade shows; NSIA; NAFFEEM; OFE, Profile, Fashion Design Council of  Canada; Toronto LG Fashion Week Beauty by L'Oréal

Playing the Strong Suit: Canada

Canadian trade show organizers are upbeat heading into 2010 as Toronto Fashion Week continues to grow and accessories businesses report a mini boom.

Fashion Focus, Ashlee Simpson-Wentz, Pete Wentz, Melissa Gamble, abigail Glaum-Lathburyl

Chicago's Fashion Focus Crafts New Look

Chicago’s eight-day Fashion Focus was a celebrity-free affair this round, but it may have been more productive for some designers and visitors.

Lacoste, Steve Birkhold, Robert Siegel

Birkhold Joins Lacoste Licensee as CEO

Former Diesel CEO joins Devanlay U.S. Inc., the licensee for Lacoste apparel.

Klaus Steilmann Dies at 80

Founder of Germany’s Steilmann Group was once Europe’s largest apparel manufacturer.

Aeffe Reports Loss

Aeffe SpA said it hoped cost-cutting initiatives and a newly signed license agreement with French label Cacharel would lift the Italian fashion group in 2010.

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