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The Train and The Box in New York changes date

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The Train, The Box
The next edition of the New York trade show The Train and The Box has been brought forward by a day; now being held from the 20th-22nd of September in the Terminal Stores. This change is a the result of a desire to create a “real synergy between the different trade shows in the USA,” explained the Fédération Française du Prêt-à-porter feminin.

After the inaugural session of The Box in February 2009, which was also held alongside The Train, this second edition in the Fall will see a new décor; black interiors for the accessories show space whereas the off-the-peg designers brought together for The Train will be displaying surrounded by white upholstery.

The Fédération du Prêt-à-porter is expecting close to a hundred brands for the event, including BGN, Eros Erotokritos, Mesdemoiselles, Cesaire and Cleo&Cat.

Finally, it seems that nothing is too good to persuade American and foreign buyers to attend. These visitors will have use of a concierge service, can get manicures and even take the opportunity for a rest in an on-site break room.

By Jonathan Fulwell (Source: Emilie-Alice Fabrizi)

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