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Shoppe Object NY Sells Out Two Summer Venues

The sold-out Shoppe Object in New York will be held at Pier 36 and both floors at Skylight at Essex Crossing this summer, August 4-6. 

06/10/2024
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Shoppe Object will take place at Pier 36 and the Skylight at Essex Crossing this summer.

Shoppe Object returns to New York City with the announcement of their biggest show ever, completely selling out two venues: Pier 36 and both floors at Skylight at Essex Crossing.

“Since our inception, we’ve been consistently working to create the best possible platform for brands and buyers to connect,” says founder and show director Jesse James. “This year, expanding the footprint into two venues and maximizing our floor space has allowed us to welcome a record number of exhibitors, including a wave of exciting and international brands — many for the first time. We can't wait to showcase the expansive talent of the ever-growing community that is Shoppe Object.”

Shoppe Object continues to attract a growing roster of international brands that don’t exhibit anywhere else in the US, including new country pavilions from Ukraine, Chile, Indonesia and South Africa, and returns from established participants from Japan, Australia and Europe. The Global Artisan Project, an initiative that supports innovative artisan brands from around the globe dedicated to preserving craft techniques, will also feature brands hand-selected by the Shoppe Object team.

The show will also welcome exciting first-timers like Match 1995, Simon & Schuster, and Yup! Japan, alongside returning favorites like Paul Smith’s home fragrance collection, East Fork, Klein-Reid, Heller, Abigail Ahern and many more.

Shoppe Object offers a curated roster of visionary brands and makers, and a diverse range of beautifully crafted products across major categories like Home Decor, Textiles, Tabletop and Giftware. Visitors can also explore Stationery, Jewelry, Books, Kids items and the returning Nourish section which features small-batch gourmet, wellness and beauty brands that require less exhibition space.

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