Informa Markets Fashion hosted its Magic Pop-Up Orlando from February 09–11 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.
As per Apparel New, To ensure safety, the show mandated a negative COVID-19 test prior to entry alongwith temperature screening, mandatory face masks and physical distancing of six feet, while it provided deep cleaning and sanitization of booths as well as hand-sanitizing stations throughout the show floor, which was organized for safe distancing.
Kim Meek, Vice President-Merchandising, Dry Goods informs this edition included a search for Fall with her trusted vendors. Focused on young contemporary that retails from $30 to $60, Meek found new trending pieces and was grateful for the opportunity to feel product, such as trends in shackets. Visiting from the downtown Los Angeles office of Warrendale, Penn.–based Catherine Morisano,Chief Merchandising Officer, Rue21, congratulated the Informa team on producing a safe show. Morisano maintained the same mission of remaining ahead of trends to support the company’s growth over the past year.