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Fashion Show Background VocabularyChapter 2
Apparel Mart Wholesale centers located in major cities throughout the United States leasing space to manufacturers
Bridge Less expensive alternative to designer fashions
Consumer Show Show presented to the consumer
Contemporary Fashion forward apparel category at a price-point between bridge and budget
Cooperative Fashion ShowRetailer and manufacturer show in which both parties share expenses
Designer Creator of original apparel designs and the ready-to-wear apparel category with the highest price-points
Fashion Trend Show Show produced to introduce consumers to latest trends in silhouettes, fabrics, colors, and themes of new seasonal merchandise
Fashion Week Designated time when many designer collections are brought together and shown as a series of fashion shows
Formal Runway Show Conventional presentation of fashion similar to a parade, featuring a series of models who walk or dance on a runway in a sequential manner
Haute Couture French high fashion industry featuring clothing produced from a client’s made-to-order measurements
Informal Fashion Show Casual presentation of garments and accessories
In-Store Training Fashion ShowFashion show presented to train store personnel coinciding with fashion trend shows
Junior Styles appropriate to the younger figure
Magazine Tie-In Show Cooperative fashion shows between major fashion publications and individual retailers
Mannequin Modeling Modeling in a store window or on a display platform by live models who strike similar poses to the stationary display props for which they have been named
Market Calendar Published dates of trade shows known as market weeks
Market Week Time designated for producers of a specific category of merchandise to open sales on the season’s new styles
Missy Conservative looks available at better, moderate, or budget price points
Press Show Fashion show held specifically for the press to preview the fashions before public viewing
Production Show Most dramatic or theatrical production type, may also be called a dramatized or spectacular show
Ready-to-Wear Mass-produced fashion
Special Interest Show Show presented to consumers that have special affinity with each other or a unique vocation
Specialty Market Show Shows geared to a specific, narrowly defined group of consumers
Tea-Room Modeling Informal fashion show presented in a restaurant where models walk from table to table displaying garments
Trade Any activity aimed at distribution of fashion and related products within the industry
Trade Association Groups of individuals and businesses acting as a professional, nonprofit collective in meeting common interests
Trade Fair International trade shows
Trade Show Group of manufacturers presenting their lines to retailers and press one to four times each year
Trunk Show Informal fashion show that features garments from one manufacturer or designer at a retail store
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