Web Site :
Bridal Market - Chicago
Produced by :
Merchandise Mart Properties,
The National Bridal
Market Chicago is the nation's leading bridal show with all of the best
lines and products in one, convenient location. Everything you need, from
bridal to prom, from special occasion to accessories it's all in Chicago
and all under one roof! Amenities include complimentary lunch, parties,
fashion shows, seminars and the DEBI Awards gala.
The National Bridal Market
brings you the most complete selection of prom and
pageant resources available. View these lines hot off the show floor in our
prom fashion show, "PROMstyle."
The Designer Studio is an exclusive area
designated for high-end collections only. Top designers are showcasing their
finest resources for bridal, bridesmaid and accessories.
Merchandise Mart Properties Inc. (MMPI)
is a trade show, leasing and property management firm, specializing in
managing buildings devoted to wholesale showrooms and commercial office
space. MMPI produces more than 300 trade shows, market events and
conferences each year.
MMPI manages The Merchandise Mart, 350 W.
Mart Center and 33 North Dearborn in Chicago; Market Square, the Suites at
Market Square, Hamilton Market, Plaza Suites, Furniture Plaza and the
National Furniture Mart in High Point, N.C.; the Architects & Designers
Building and 7 W New York in New York; the L.A. Mart in Los Angeles; and the
Washington Design Center and Washington Office Center in Washington D.C.
Vornado Realty Trust, owner of MMPI, based
in New York City, is a fully integrated equity real estate investment trust.
Vornado's common shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange and are
traded under the symbol VNO.
Also, visit our summary page of the
Chicago Men's Wear
Collective, which is also managed by MMPI.
Merchandise Mart cater to the fashion and apparel industry with a
complete lineup of to-the-retail-trade apparel markets, not only for
bridal, but for women's & children and men's
each offering an
incredible selection of leading designers and manufacturers in a
convenient, all-in-one-place location.
Trade shows are generally traveling versions of showroom-like
presentations in which businesses do not need a year-round showroom
presence. Companies display their products and services in a temporary
facility, such as Pier 94 or McCormick Place, for brief "markets" or
trade shows. Some merchandise marts have their own trade show facilities
and host their own shows. These exhibitions in temporary space are used
to supplement and enhance business conducted in permanent space. The
Merchandise Mart holds exhibitions for the following industries:
& Home Accessories