Joor is in expansion mode. The online wholesale management platform said its virtual show support facility Joor Passport is continuing to grow with new partnerships including the Copenhagen International Fashion Fair.
As Tranoï and the French Fashion Federation join forces, and Who’s Next and Mode & Objet confirm their dates, French trade shows are preparing their return, after cancelling several editions due to the pandemic.
The Milan fashion and accessories show will return in phygital format with the WSM event on June 19-21, and is set to welcome back its participants in person on September 23-26 in the city’s Tortona Fashion District.
The trade event dedicated to the wedding world, organized by Fira de Barcelona, has cancelled its June edition due to the travel restrictions affecting 75% of its participants. The event may be held later in the year.
Trade show organisers are continuing to reschedule key shows and Hyve Group has announced that it will stage Scoop X Pure and sourcing show Pure Origin at the Old Truman Brewery in London on September 7-9.
Pitti Immagine Uomo, the second digital-only version of the famed menswear trade salon, on Monday revealed a substantial rise in buyer traffic online, as the salon revealed it may still stage a physical event in July.
Brands will be able to choose from different packages to take part in Digital Fashion Week Europe, booking a stand for the Fashion Cloud platform and for the physical sessions of trade shows Modefabriek and CIFF.
After parting ways with Reed Expositions France, the Parisian jewellery show’s former organiser, French jewellery industry association BOCI said it is negotiating with two companies to stage its next event.
After a successful trial in February, Texworld Evolution organiser Messe Frankfurt will hold another showroom in Paris from July 5 to 9 to maintain a physical meeting point despite the absence of its trade shows.
Luxury Swiss watchmakers, usually not fans of online retailing, are launching a new digital Watches & Wonders event on Wednesday to show off their latest products, hoping to revive sales hit by the coronavirus crisis.