New York—Whether you’re looking for the latest designs coming out for Spring 2011 or looking to fill in with immediates for Holiday/Resort ’10/’11, AccessoriesTheShow (ATS) is the place to find them this week, September 21 to 22 at the Javits Center.
The ATS Pavilion, which boasts a 47.6% increase in exhibitors, is the largest ATS Pavilion Show to date. Located at the new 100,000-square foot Javits North hall, the show features a mix of all accessories classifications and 73 new collections, including: Tolani, Circa Sixty Three, Elements by Jill Schwartz, Frolick Jewelry, Angel Court Jewelry, V. Fraas, JPK, Dorfman Pacific, ADA Handbags and Angelique de Paris.
Concurrent with FAME, Moda Manhattan
ATS Pavilion is a juried show produced by BJI Fashion Group, and runs concurrent with two other shows, also located at the Javits. All told, there are more than 750 lines that range from ready-to-wear, footwear and accessories.
For the first time in September, the FAME show will present some of the best brand names in the young contemporary market—including ready-to-wear, footwear and accessories—in a fun, new environment. Among the exhibitors are: Cloud Nine Showroom with Freebird, Dylan and Rose, Emma Graham Designs, Judith March, Steve Madden, Ocean Drive/Vintage and Closet Romantics.
Moda Manhattan continues to grow; in fact, the show sold out with a 20.2% exhibitor increase over last season. In addition to previous exhibitors, Moda has 37 new ready-to-wear collections joining the show representing a range of sportswear, outerwear, dresses, denim and novelty items.
Besides the wide range of fashion merchandise, the shows provide many amenities to attendees including: complimentary breakfast and lunch, bottled water, beverages, complimentary Wi-Fi even an accredited massage therapist, Tobie Schuerfeld.
Be sure to pick up your complimentary tote bag and enter a chance to win Broadway theater tickets to “Love, Loss, and What I Wore.” AccessoriesTheShow.com
Tuesday, September 21 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Wednesday, September 22 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Thursday, September 23 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.