Flannel for Jana at WWIN | Photo by Betsy Zangiani
Betsy Zanjani, Contributing Writer | Thursday 1 September 2022
WWIN—Nevada women’s clothing—Launched the latest at Caesars Palace August 8-11. New this year is Live Selling, which allows buyers to sell directly to their social media followers in real time.
WWIN Vice President Melissa K. Montes said: Extended opening hours on opening day allowed buyers to work with her more than 450 exhibitors and enjoy her Sip n Shop experience with a pop, fizz and clink reception. Trends ranged from Bohemian 2.0 throwbacks to her ’90s supermodels.
and WoorallaBooth is electric, with jackets and matching tops speaking out loud in bold status prints, versace When Cavalli“They look like couture, [an affordable] price” and Karen Dunnenberg“This is the best line I’ve seen in five years! I’m more excited about this line than any other brand. This product is on fire!”Prices ranged from $69 to $138.
and Escalo, Spring brought colorful retro prints in ultra-feminine related separates from $29 to $62. . “Blazers and suits are having a big comeback,” said founder Matthew Beck.
LA brand Joe by Susan Cho brought casual chic style to its boutique clientele with a stunning sweat set embellished with oversized pearls, floral appliqués and rhinestones. The piece was priced at $44.
Beautiful eyelets are strong for spring and summer.and Angela Marabright whites continued to sell well, along with best-selling neutrals, but there’s a pop of color this year.gucci green” is doing well.
Oversized flannel shirts, a classic rock and roll item, are making a strong comeback for fall. Yana’s flannel A showcase of tie-dye upcycled shirts with humorous stitched messages across the back, priced at $55.
laura jeans Embroidered bellbottoms, cropped denim jackets and distressed trench coats incorporate sustainable denim into vintage-inspired bodies. Owner David Abisidan said he has worked with “buyers from New Jersey to New Orleans.”
and paper lacewith loose and easy fits being a strong trend, baggy jean silhouettes saw a vintage flair.