The July menswear trade shows in New York have been rescheduled.
The move was announced this morning in a letter from Nan Walsh, the president of fashion at Informa Markets, the parent company of Project. Now, the company’s upcoming men’s Project New York show, scheduled for July 19-21, will move to September along with Informa’s Children’s Club show, originally to take places August 2-4. Both shows will run in conjunction with the Coterie, Moda, and Fame shows on September 22-24 at the Javits Center.
Liberty Fairs and Man NYC have also agreed to move their July dates to coincide with Project.
“We are hopeful that these expanded marketplaces and collaborations with our partners are allowing us to better serve you,” wrote Walsh. “With the Javits Center being transformed into a one-stop-shop for brands and retailers during our event, and the industry-wide decision to have September in New York be the central hub for the fashion community this year, we are adapting as a community to meet the needs of our customers and partners.”