14th Korean Preview in New York, KPNY
Venue: Metropolitan Pavilion (125W. 18th St. New York, NY 10011)
Date: February 2-3, 2010
Time: 9:30 am - 6:00 pm
Products: Cotton, Polyester, Nylon, Embroidery, Spandex, Wool, Knit, Silk, Woven, Rayon, Lace, Linen, Suede, Tricot, Velboa, Acetate, Metal, Velvet, Satin, Jacquard, Tencel, etc.
Host: KOTRA (Korea Business Center) New York
Sponsor: Ministry of Knowledge Economy (Rep. of Korea), Daegu Metropolitan City
Meet at first hand with Korean Textile Manufacturers in N.Y.
Find the latest, up-to-date colors & materials.
KOTRA (Korea Business Center) New York is presenting the 14th edition of Korean Preview in New York (KPNY) in New York City, the fashion & fabric center of the world, on February 2 and 3, 2010. KPNY is the premiere Korean fashion fabric exhibition in New York City that introduces highly selected fabric collections from 60 Korean manufacturers.
With high quality and eco-friendly textiles and fabrics for Spring/Summer 2011, you will be presented with the latest trend in fabrics and textile designs from Korea along with some stunning fashion events.
KPNY has been successful for the past eight years as more attendees become interested in purchasing high quality and eco-friendly Korean fabrics that are competitively priced.
Korean fabrics are also in great demand by the U.S. fashion market due to their trend-setting creative styles and patterns. This exclusive Korean fabric exhibition will give you a great opportunity to meet companies supplying high quality, trendsetting fabrics from Korea. We always welcome your participation.
For more information, click on the weblink: http://www.koreanpreview.com/
As we, once again, look toward a new year...I have returned to the familiar with an eager anticipation of what will unfold in fashion for 2010. This blog is both a labor of love and at times, I hope, an intellectual endeavor...as this is how I see fashion.
It requires unique vision and a creative intelligence to innovate the familiar, to translate our collective experiences into a wearable expression, and brave vulnerability to captivate an oftentimes jaded and jaundiced audience each season who is always eager to proclaim it has already been done. And perhaps it has, but I never tire of looking for the "divine" on the runways and fashion spreads and sharing my awe and excitement when a designer's vision of their inspiration is revealed. In each season's collection, fashion speaks to us of our hopes, dreams, disappointments, beliefs...it reminds us of where we have been, shows us where we are, and suggests where we are heading. I look forward to continuing this dialogue with each of you this year. What will be your fashion statement(s) for 2010?