Kingpins New York – Stylesight Trend Presentation

We’re on our way to Kingpins, New York, where we’ll be stationed over the next few days providing coverage and an in-depth trend presentation.

Just a short post today as we’re on our way to Kingpins, New York where we’ll be stationed over the next couple of days.

The exclusive, boutique-style trade show is a favorite of ours and we cover their global shows in N.Y., L.A., Shanghai, Hong Kong and Mumbai. But this time is slightly different because we’ll be presenting a specially curated trend seminar of fabric construction and finishes to inspire the F/W 13 season. Senior Denim Editor Amy Leverton will be presenting at the show tomorrow (Wednesday) at 11:00am; see above flyer for details.

Kingpins New York - Stylesight Trend Presentation

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