Even though the average U.S. trade show visitor spends around 9.5 hours viewing booths, trade expos are often considered to be corporate affairs and rather mundane. But one cutting-edge trade show, Desert and Denim, defies these expectations. Since 2015, it’s been an exclusive expo just for makers and wholesale buyers of denim and other hipster-oriented products. This year, however, they’ve opened the event up to the public-at-large.
The boho-hipster trade show in Joshua Tree focuses on bringing together makers of high-quality fashion and accessories. The creators of the self-proclaimed renegade tradeshow have made it their mission “to introduce unique brands to a curated group of buyers who appreciate an American style and value a community experienceContinue reading