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LA Apparel Show begins April 7 at California Market Center
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Apr '14
The Los Angeles Apparel Show (LAAS) will debut to major department and chain store retailers at the influential LA Majors Market, taking place Monday–Wednesday, April 7–9, 2014 at the California Market Center (CMC).  
 
Organized by the Korean American Manufacturers Association (KAMA), LAAS launched last Fall and will present its second edition at the LA Majors Market, with LAAS exhibitors to be featured in the CMC’s 13th floor Penthouse exhibition venue.
 
LAAS is notable for its community of top, LA-based, fast fashion manufacturers, producing on-trend collections across the juniors, young contemporary, missy and contemporary categories.
 
Edward Chang, Vice President of KAMA and President of POLY USA, explains the importance of hosting LAAS at the LA Majors Market. “The resources at LAAS represent the dynamic, fast-paced, LA fashion resources that major retailers are looking for,” says Chang, “and running our show with LA Majors Market conveniently delivers these resources directly to the department and chain stores who will be at the CMC for this Market.” 
 
Brands exhibiting include women/junior lines by Cecico, Hem & Thread (Mystree), Freeway, Nexxen Apparel, Ark & Co, Paper Moon and Gilli; women/missy lines by Mattson USA and Belle’zza (By Moon Collection; young contemporary lines by Lush, Very J, Lulumari, Andree, Moon Collection, Black, Esley, Love Letter Collection, Cherish, Marine Blu, Glam, Hot & Delicious; and many more. 
 
This Fall 2014 Preview edition of LAAS takes place, Monday-Wednesday, April 7-9, 2014, 9a-6p at the CMC during LA Majors Market, allowing renowned department stores, chain stores and online retailers the convenience of one-stop shopping by featuring the LAAS fast fashion, Made-in-LA, “San Pedro” lines alongside LA Majors Market exhibitors found throughout the CMC.
 
About the Los Angeles Apparel Show - LAAS is LA’s newest show for Made-in-LA, fast fashion and is supported by more than 1500 garment manufacturers in Los Angeles. 
 

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