The Train High-end Fashion
Accessories Fall-winter 2009-10
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Despite international news of a recession, THE TRAIN has already booked more square footage than at the same last year, and expects to present 130 collections, including 40 accessories brands. In addition, THE TRAIN and SHOWROOM SEVEN, one of the leading fashion showrooms which is permanently located in Terminal Stores, will expand their current collaboration.
We are delighted to be introducing
THE BOX NEW YORK at THE TRAIN, said Mr. Jean-pierre
Mocho, Chairman, Pret Porter Paris. THE BOX is
known among European and American industry leaders
as the place for highend accessories. We are
bringing that brand, which has a complementary image
with THE TRAIN, across the pond to the U.S. In
addition, we are of course pleased with early sales,
which can be attributed to the strength of THE TRAIN
and also indicate that the European brands consider
a stronger dollar as a good sign, allowing them to
be more attractive to the U.S. market.
Global Fashion at The Train and New High-end Accessories The iconic French brand CACHAREL will join THE TRAIN for the first time next season. And among the strong collections returning to the show in February is ANAESSIA (Australia), EDWARD ACHOUR (France), LIE SONG BONG (South Korea), MARIE SAINT PIERRE (Canada), NIU (Italy), RUNDHOLZ BLACK LABEL (Germany), Yoshi Kondo (France), and many more.
The debut of THE BOX will feature CLEO & CAT (USA), DOMAKAYA (UK), GREVI (Italy), LONA GUTKNECHT (USA), PHILIPPE AUDIBERT (France), RANSOM + SCOUT (USA), SAMIA KAMAR (UK), SHEILA ELAINE (USA), TINTAMAR (France), TOOKATA PEOPLE (USA), WENDY STEVENS (USA), among others.
As a stage for creativity and quality, THE TRAIn's stringent selection committee carefully selects the collections presented at the show.
Located in Manhattan's newest art and fashion district, THE TRAIN has paved the way for several fashion companies, including Showroom Seven, to open permanent locations alongside art galleries in Terminal Stores. The former train station and warehouse, featuring exposed brick walks and industrial steel beams, spans a full city block and allows for a single-file booth layout, which is easy to navigate.
For more information please visit the www.thetrainnewyork.com.
LA FEDERATION FRANCAISE DU PRET A
PORTER FEMININ (FFPAPF) La FFPAPF is a leading
fashion force in Europe. Led by its Chairman,
Jean-pierre Mocho, its initiatives include assisting
its members by supporting designers and
manufacturers, assisting designers with export
development; developing international fashion shows;
and training through its fashion school MOD'SPE. The
FFPAPF is the only European professional association
that owns and develops international fashion shows.
In France, the association manages several shows
held twice a year, including the world's premier
fashion event PRET A PORTER PARIS
Here are some past news regarding The Train fashion events:
THE TRAIN AND PLATFORM 2 DRAW
HIGH QUALITY BUYERS DESPITE ECONOMIC CHALLENGES IN RETAIL :
Spring-summer 2009 Show
THE TRAIN AND PLATFORM 2 SPRING-sUMMER 2009 Preview
The Train September 2008 Pre-register Now
the tender : THE TRAIN NEW YORK TO LAUNCH NEW ACCESSORIES TRADE SHOW Fashion Event Article Posted May 20, 2008
The Train Is Coming February 9th 2008
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