PROJECT New York returns to Iron 23 for the three-day (July 17 – 19, 2023) contemporary and advanced contemporary wholesale fashion event, hosted by Informa Markets Fashion. PROJECT New York gathers a unique community of domestic and international brands and retailers representing individuality, dynamism, and creative expression in menswear collections.
True to PROJECT’s global reach, PROJECT New York will bring together international brands, retailers, and the latest trends from Korea, Italy, Colombia, France, the United Kingdom, and Canada throughout the three-day event. Attendees will discover top international apparel and footwear brands, including Asparagus, Frank and Oak, Sesa Shoes, Whitman, Paraboot, Maxime Simoens, Johnstons of Elgin, and Sundek.
Attendees will receive first access to Spring/Summer 2024 and immediate collections from top menswear brands including Agnes B Homme, OAS, MRKNTN, NEUW Denim, Dynamo The Good Company and Nudie Jeans. In addition to the menswear brands, buyers can shop gender-neutral collections from Haus by Everton and Ossawa.
Registered buyers currently include Bergdorf Goodman, CHCM, Hatchet Supply Co., Blue In Green, Nordstrom, Cueva Shop, Bloomingdales, Kith, DSM and Beams.
Coming home to its downtown roots, PROJECT New York offers the menswear community an opportunity to make industry connections in an intimate location surrounded by the energy of the city. This event supplies the space for important industry conversations on current trends, opportunities, and challenges facing the fashion industry.
On Monday, July 17, Nate Brown, Founder and Creative Director of Studio Institute, will sit down with Edwina Kulego, Vice President of International and Men’s Fashion in a session titled Nate Brown: Telling His Story and Helping You Tell Yours. Brown brings over 15 years of expertise and experience working with the biggest names in fashion, music, technology and consumer products including LVMH, Beyonce, Alexander Wang, Nike, Barney's New York.
“PROJECT New York will continue to provide the menswear community with the platform for fashion, creativity, and conversation. We know that this portion of the industry has a unique experiences to share and we want to amplify those messages through this event and voices like Nate Brown,” says Edwina Kulego, VP of International and Men’s Fashion.