by Stephen Garner
Dallas Market Center Trade Mart
Dallas Market Center Trade Mart

Dallas Market Center has released details of its upcoming Dallas Men’s Show to take place on January 25th-27th.

Taking place on the seventh and fifteenth floors of the Dallas World Trade Center, the fully-booked trade event will showcase more than 400 men’s apparel and accessories lines.

“Retailers tell us that they are eager to balance best-sellers with new brands and even new categories of products in order to stand out,” said Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “That’s why this edition of the Men’s Show will be our largest event in several years and will offer buyers the opportunity to discover more new and classic lines.”

Good Man Brand, Mizzen + Main, and Onward Reserves debut for the first time in the Temps neighborhood for the January Men’s Show and will join brands in the section like Faherty Brand, David Donahue, Jachs NY, Samuel Hubbard Footwear, S. Cohen, Southern Point, and The Normal Brand.

Beyond temporary exhibitors, menswear can also be found inside permanent showrooms like Apex Outdoor Sales, Barbour, Fish Hippie, Johnston & Murphy, Lacoste, Madison Creek Outfitters, Southern Marsh Collection, Tommy Bahama, and more.

To help broaden the retail merchandise mix, adjacent to the men’s showrooms are permanent showrooms for accessories and provisions such as bags and belts, personal care collections such as grooming supplies, and men’s gifts from a wide range of leading manufacturers.

In addition to new and returning menswear brands, Dallas Market Center will host a can’t-miss Men’s Show party for buyers and exhibitors. Featuring an all-red decorative theme, the “Piano Bar at D15” cocktail party will be set with a grand piano, food, drinks and a cigar station sponsored by MR magazine. The party will take place on Sunday, January 26th, in the sky lounge on the World Trade Center’s 15th floor.

Hospitalities will also be provided such as daily complimentary breakfast and lunch, a cash bar, gourmet coffee, and a buyers’ lounge for relaxation.

To make plans for upcoming markets, visit the Dallas Market Center website and download the Dallas Market Center App.