Shoppe Object breaks records with at winter show

Feb 14, 2024
Shoppe Object breaks records with at winter show

Shoppe Object‘s Winter 2024 edition featured an expanded footprint that included both Pier 36 and the newly added venue at Skylight at Essex Crossing. Buyers visited more than 700 curated brands, a 20% increase from 2023.

The addition of the Skylight at Essex Crossing venue added twice the space of Shoppe Object’s previous 2023 expansion at Pier 36, underscoring the show’s commitment to providing the ultimate curated resource for taste-making merchants, influential editors and designers.

“Honestly, we’re ecstatic,” said Jesse James, founder and director of Shoppe Object. “It was not without trepidation that we embarked on a two-venue strategy to implement necessary expansion this season, and we couldn’t have imagined better results. We had more feet on the floor than ever before — more brands and more retailers, more designers and media — and you could feel it in both locations. Many remarked that there was an excitement and an energy that reminded them of our very first show.”

Among the standouts featured at this year’s Winter edition were the 150+ brands new to the show, including Abigail Ahern, SERAX, East Fork Pottery, Sabre Paris, Heller, Alain St. Joanis, Native Union and Missoni, with some marking their U.S. wholesale market debut at Shoppe Object.

International exhibitors made up 30% of the exhibitors at the New York show, hailing from 25 countries around the world, including Abigail Ahern (England), Alain St. Joanis (France), Artel (Czech Republic), Avenida Home (England), Fazeek (Australia), House of Lyria (Italy), Kiliim (Turkey), Missoni (Italy), Mud Australia (Australia), PANTONE by COPENHAGEN DESIGN (Denmark), Peugeot (France), Sabre Paris (France), SERAX (Belgium), Umbra (Canada), and Yamazaki (Japan).