can you upload some pics...i never been and would like to get a feel for it
All I have is the camera on my phone, but I will give it a trycan you upload some pics...i never been and would like to get a feel for it
You can make some great contacts and get some good sources. Visit many booths and gather information- can't tell you how many times we have looked back at info from previous Magic's and contacted vendors or sources.I will be there Tuesday and Wednesday. I am new to the clothing biz and figured it would be a great opportunity to meet some amazing people and learn a lot about the industry.
cool, just saw that, thanks.. we will be walking around.. we should meet up.I will be down there tomorrow!
lol, btw i just ordered some tea stain & some lava wash shirts from your site
The booths are about $50/sq ft.Just out of curiosity, does anybody have even a ballpark idea of how much a very large, extravagant booth costs at Magic? Not necessarily like the MAJOR booths that were basically their own enclosed stores, but maybe something a notch or two less? $50,000? $100,000? It has to be up there.
There really was a TON of repetition between brands in the streetwear sector. But, from a new clothing line's standpoint, I consider that to be a great thing. I wasn't "wow'd" by anything really...I think I expected to see some revolutionary type stuff there or something.I agree, some of the booths were completely over the top. I would hate to pick up the tab on those booths. It was much more than I expected. I was really impressed with the urban streetwear market. The decoration quality and variety of methods used was phenomenal. That being said, alot of the urban streetwear looked exactly alike though. Pool was slow. Overall very good experience. I'm extremely tired from walking. I probably walked close to 10 miles each day trying to see everything. lol