“It was one of the best days we’ve had at a trade show ever,” was the consensus from vendors after the opening day of Project and MRket.
Kicking off market week in NYC, Robert Talbott once again hosted a warm and welcoming cocktail party, with a cheerful crowd of retailers from all over the country looking forward to a good year.
TV personality and entrepreneur Michael Strahan, JC Penney chief merchant John Tighe, and Randa EVP Judy Person were honored at the event, which raised $3.5 million in scholarship funds.
We have certainly had a great time celebrating everyone’s milestones and successes, take a look at who showed up at our top five, most read, parties we attended this year.
Notable guests included: Odell Beckham, Jr., Paolo Roldan, Luka Sabbat, Mark Lee, Simon Doonan, and Tom Kalenderian, among others.
Designers, VIPs and guests were treated to multiple events – all culminating in a gala event on Friday evening.
The celebrations will continue throughout the week with a variety of events which will be open to the public.
Despite the heavy rain, the mood was festive, with fabulous New Orleans-style cuisine and cocktails, and many creatively dressed guys.
Guests such as Nick Wooster and Zachary Quinto were able to test out the store’s barbershop by Persons of Interest and shop the curated selection by Snyder.
Brooks Brothers and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital welcomed Hollywood friends and their families for an evening of fun and holiday festivities, all in the spirit of giving.
The collaboration features a full collection for ladies and men’s including accessories and home décor that utilize some of Katz’s most iconic works as inspiration.
HBC executives, including Richard Baker, Jerry Storch and Marc Metrick, previewed the retailer’s collection of art by such world-renowned figures as Jeff Koons and Robert Rauschenberg.
The new 1,833 square-foot store, located at 501 Madison Avenue, features the brand’s full range of signature neckwear, as well as suits, shirts, casual clothing and accessories.
Over 350 former employees, industry friends and longtime customers turned out to show their loyalty and appreciation for the store.
The event, which took place at Seventh Gallery in Los Angeles, marks the debut of Aoki’s Dim Mak Collection in North America.
Guests were treated to an eclectic mix of comfort food and cocktails while shopping the store’s two-level, 7,000-square-foot flagship boutique in the heart of Toronto’s historic Distillery District.
A few hundred customers, vendors and friends turned out to show their love and loyalty for the store, and for Bob White, Brad Sherman and the entire Hubert White team.
Co-founders Michael DeNunzio and Shaun Aharam provided guests with a behind-the-scenes view of the complex patterns and meticulous detail that goes into making their luxury sportswear.
The new 650 square-foot store located at 463 Broome Street, houses Dobryakova’s seasonal collections for men and women.
Guest enjoyed an evening of fun, food and friends while browsing through this growing global brand’s latest collection.