Within days of opening its early-bird registration, NICHE: The Show booked its first 250 buyers to attend the newest wholesale tradeshow in Las Vegas Jewelry Week.
NICHE: The Show will run June 6-8, 2010, at Bally’s Las Vegas Event Center & Grand Ballroom, presenting fine jewelry and handmade luxury gifts produced exclusively by artist studios.
Registrations continue to exceed expectations, said Christine Kloostra, show director.
“Retailers are excited about the originality, quality and enduring value of the jewelry that we’ll showcase,” Ms. Kloostra said. “Small studios from the
In addition to artist-designer jewelry, NICHE: The Show exhibitors will present handmade luxury gifts for weddings and anniversaries made by North American studios, including art glass, sculpture and decorative accessories for the home.
NICHE: The Show fills a gap in Jewelry Week’s line-up of mostly mass-produced jewelry lines. Industry analysts have been urging retailers to balance a well-sourced mix of classics with new designer styles to delight the customer who doesn’t want what other women are wearing.
Uniquely positioned to build an exciting roster of artist-designers who work in precious metals, pearls and gemstones, this new show’s organizers have nearly 30 years of experience producing luxury art and fine craft tradeshows. NICHE: The Show is owned by The Rosen Group and produced by the Buyers Market of American Craft, the nation’s largest wholesale tradeshow of fine goods made by domestic studio artisans.
For qualified retailers who register from May 1 to June 1, registration will be $45 per company. After June 1, registration will be $55. Registration fees include badges for up to four buyers per company. An early-bird rate of $99 per night for lodging at Bally’s is available for a limited time, while space lasts.