For the first time in its history, CURVExpo coincides with both swimwear and lingerie market weeks and will capitalize on the massive presence of major retailers and buyers in town. On the east coast, CURVENY New York returns to the brand-new Javits Center North. CURVENV Las Vegas, at the Venetian hotel, keeps building on its 2-day workshop format during fashion week and will be the place to meet with international buyers as well as retailers from west of the Mississippi.
CURVENY New York will showcase a total of 282 brands, of which 57 are swimwear brands. The contingent of international brands is made up of 138 brands. A group of 91 brands will be showing for the first time at CURVExpo.
A preview of these newcomers in New York includes: Love+Grace, loungewear California style, Fortnight Lingerie and Sokoloff combine Canadian craftsmanship and feminine elegance, BodyHush, the next frontier in shapewear marrying seamless technology and femininity, Peixoto Swim inspired by pre-Columbian art, Dolores Cortes, a trailblazing swim brand from Spain, Wood Underwear revisits men's underwear with fun and humor, and Nicole Olivier, French sophistication applied to swim.
CURVENV Las Vegas will occupy the heart of the Venetian on level 3, two floors above the Sands, perfect for the display of 162 brands including the largest group of swimwear brands in one single location during Las Vegas Fashion Week. Among the 68 swim brands presented, please note: Save the Queen! Sun epitomizes Italian layering and
gorgeous embroidery, Pitahaya Swimsuits inspired by the design of an indigenous Indian tribe from Colombia, Beautiful Bottoms, to be worn layered, Carol Wior who combines elegance and support, and Nirvana Road, accessories with a mission.
In keeping with its dedication to excellence, and the core of its mission, CURVExpo continues enhancing its professional services year-in and year-out to support buyers and offer them the best services to help them prepare for the show and give them an unforgettable experience during the show.
Among the new amenities, it is worth noting the following: buyers have now the option of receiving their badges by mail. The special Buyer's program first introduced in Las Vegas in February continues to reward long-time attendees in both locations.
At both shows, personal shoppers will be available to help interested buyers navigate the floor and help them make the most relevant choices for their store and the specific needs of the clientele they are servicing.
A new incentive program will encourage buyers to discover new brands, place orders on site, and win great prizes: every time a buyer opens a new account during show hours he/she increases his/her chance to win a trip to Paris and visit the next Salon International de la Lingerie.
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