Project Men’s New York trade show pushed back due to Omicron, efforts now on Las Vegas

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Sin City Dreams

Omicron continues taking foothold of daily life as the variant of COVID19 has renewed social distancing and cautious measures to keep Omicron from spreading any further, one factor announced Tuesday by Informa Markets Fashion is Project New York, originally scheduled to take place January 26 and January 27, has now been pushed back to July, with dates to be announced soon; but Project Las Vegas will go on as planned from February 14 to February 16.

In spite of Project New York pushed back to July, it hasn’t stopped Project Las Vegas from bringing a taste of The Big Apple to Sin City, with Project NYC select brands including 34 Heritage, Paraboot, Inc.; Serge Blanco, Taft Clothing, Inc.; and Tiger of Sweden joining the showroom floor at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

As Omicron spreads, and the COVID19 pandemic is far from over, Informa Markets Fashion is allowing itself to bring these prominent menswear events in a more meaningful way, safeguarding the health and safety of the menswear community while ensuring all brands and buyers receive the highest quality experience possible.

Informa Markets Fashion will adhere to all city and state regulations, as well as implement Informa’s very own secure protocols of enhanced cleaning, personal hygiene stations, and physical distancing.

Daniel Quintanilla

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