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The Profile Show to feature four different segments
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Dec '11
The Profile Show will take place March 4-7, 2012 at Toronto Congress Centre, North Building, 1020 Martin Grove Road, Toronto, ON.

The OFE Show and the Profile Show have merged to showcase a broader, more diversified marketplace for buyers and sellers. The new merged Profile Show brings together the best selection of apparel and accessories that includes all segments of today's fashion industry - men's, women's, young contemporary & junior labels, children's and lifestyle brands. This show will cover all price points and commodities in an energetic, open booth marketplace!

There are four different sections of the show:
100% Fresh Profile, Kids Profile, Men Profile, Women Profile.

100% Fresh Profile:-
Fresh Profile will be the place for buyers and sellers to focus on the most inspired and influential brands that are leading the way in the retail world. This is definitely the place to be if you are looking for the vibe and the spirit of today's fashion forward retail culture that focuses on younger branded products. 100% Fresh Profile continues to generate an atmosphere that is unique, fresh and exciting.

Kids Profile:-
Kids Profile is dedicated to children's apparel and accessory collections from toddler all the way through to tween, including classic and designer labels, active wear, footwear and accessories.

Men Profile:-
Menswear Profile will be devoted to the character of men's fashion focusing on lines that range from traditional to contemporary and tailored to casual. Here you will find designer, casual, active, footwear and accessory collections for the modern man.

Women Profile:-
Women Profile will focus on collections, brands, accessories and footwear for contemporary women. This profile will include an assortment of product lines that will range in price from moderate to better, bridge to designer.

The Profile Show

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