- The 28th edition of the business, fashion, and knowledge Trade show confirmed the reason it is the most important in Latin America.
- 600 exhibitors, 69 fashion moments, 22 conferences, and 12 workshops presented new dynamics for a market ready to play the “New Game”.
- The Trade show embraced plus-size fashion, with presence at runways and commercial showcase.
- 56,380 individuals visited Colombiamoda, Colombia’s Fashion Week®, in its three axes: knowledge, fashion, and business.
August 2017. Colombiamoda, Colombia’s Fashion Week®, closed with USD$179 million in business forecasts, an amount that reiterates the invigorating performance of the Colombiamoda Trade show and the importance of the Textile – Manufacturing Industry for the region. Stemming from the advancement of successful businesses surrounding the Fashion System, the Trade show was carried out from three fundamental axes: business, fashion, and knowledge.
Business, a stage that stimulates the region’s economy
From a total of 23,412 visitors to the Colombiamoda business showcase, 12,394 were buyers—87% national and 13% international from 56 countries—all gathered at the Trade show with a common purpose: to explore new business opportunities and access high-level offers that included innovative proposals by 600 exhibitors–87% national and 13% international–all participating in the commercial showcase of Colombiamoda 2017 and Textiles2
The power of shared knowledge
The Inexmoda – UPB Knowledge Pavilion and the Trends Forum of the Trade show connected those who are passionate of the industry with knowledge and the curiosity of understanding new business dynamics.
Designers who make their country proud
69 fashion moments by 61 national designers and 9 commercial brands welcomed 22,800 visitors to these stages. Distinguished designers took charge of making trends for the next season clear by uplifting the creative power of Latin America.