The Man show to run from 25th to 27th June in Paris

The Man trade show is back for a new session featuring just over one hundred exhibitors. The show will run from 25th to 27th June in rue Yves Toudic, in Paris' 10th arrondissement.

Though 90% of the brands attend regularly every season - as do Bleu de Paname, 13 Bonaparte, Le Mont St. Michel and Sunspel, among others - the forthcoming edition will still showcase about fifteen new names, including French apparel label Arpenteur, the briefcase and accessories brand Le Feuillet and the Lyon-based streetwear brand Sans Nom.

The Vuarnet brand is less young but, in the words of Antoine Floch, Man's co-founder, "has a humble approach and a family spirit," and will exhibit at Man for the first time. Other newbies are the menswear line Sage de Crêt (the menswear collection of the Pas de Calais label), Japanese denim brand Orslow, British brand North Sea Clothing and US bags and apparel brand Battenwear.

The show will present a series of collaborations with some of the exhibitor brands, such as Armor Lux sweaters, Le Feuillet briefcases and Homecore olive oil, specific for buyers and the press. It will also organise a drinks reception on 25th June, with live screening of Euro 2016 football matches, and will hold a closing night on 26th June at the Les Bains club in Paris' Marais district.

Translated by Nicola Mira

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