Project Women’s debuts in New York creating first dual-gender marketplace

Project Women’s debuts in New York creating first dual-gender marketplace

For the first time, PROJECT and PROJECT Women’s debuted the Spring/Summer’19 collections alongside FAME and ACCESSORIESTHESHOW. This men’s and women’s marketplace presented the first-ever and the only dual-gender event.

In a period when so many brands and retailers serve both men’s and women’s markets, creating one inspiring, unified market enables show-goers to connect and discover new resources and grow their businesses more effectively and efficiently than ever before.

“Partnering with WHITE Show is yet another extension that furthering PROJECT’s global footprint in the fashion marketplace. Having WHITE is just one facet of compelling menswear talent present at the show. This season, attendees will have the opportunity to find a bevy of talent ranging from directional Parsons graduates to fresh new scene like Woodhouse Army, “ states Men’s Fashion Director, Tommy Fazio.

“Next In Class”, the 4th edition of The New School’s Parsons School of Design and PROJECT’s partnership to support new brands will include four recently graduated designers Anne Li, Joengmin Cho, Ru Jin Tsai, and LVMH finalist NIHL. The designers will present their FW’19 collections to luxury retailers, buyers, and e-commerce vendors, gaining exposure and insight into the wholesale marketplace all who were apart of the MFA and BFA programs.