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BPD EXPO 5.0
A NEW DENIM EXPO BY BPD WASHHOUSE AND WASHHOUSE DENIM
WHAT IS BPD EXPO?
THE ANTI-TRADE SHOW. NEW, INTERACTIVE AND CREATIVE. THE FOCUS IS ON YOU. ALL THE BEST DENIM TO SOURCE. AFFORDABLE CHOICES AND SOLUTIONS. SEW UP LEGS TUBES OF YOUR SELECTIONS. NO BORING PANELS. OUR TREND THERAPY IS ONE ON ONE. PLAY WITH SOME INDIGO DYE. LEARN SHIBORI. VINTAGE JEANS AND AMAZING DENIM STANDARDS FOR YOU TO BUY. CURATED. NO DENIM ATTITUDE. INTIMATE BOUTIQUE STYLE. TAKE THE SUBWAY. CATCH A CAB. EASY IN EASY OUT. IT'S NYC.
Come check out the SPRING '18 offerings from leading mills and manufacturers. Actually sit down and review the line in a relaxed and productive environment with natural light.
Come learn how to do hand sanding, grinding, paint splatter, indigo dipping and
more with BPD technicians from Blueprint Denim Washhouse Classes.
Come shop our vintage denim mart for great standards or personals.
Your denim closet.
Come by and learn something new.
Free Shibori instruction. All day both days!
We will teach you the newest techniques to
turn denim scraps into beautiful works of art.
We will download you on the latest in trends in denim with our one-on-one
Trend Therapy. Right on time.
Bring your old jeans, old denim sales samples and denim scraps to the expo. We will recycle them into insulation and keep them out of a landfill. Join BPDEXPO and COTTON INC in supporting BLUE JEANS GO GREEN™.
ONE ON ONE TREND INTERACTION. NO BORING SEMINARS EVER.
This edition's Trend Therapy guests will be DENIM THERAPY.
Street Style / DIY Denim / 501 / Piecing / Hem Treatments / Repair
Raffael Flores Contreras came to New York City from Peru in 2000 to study at FIT. He has immersed himself in his community by photographing the underground night life of the city for the past two decades. He has a background in Industrial Design and has been working in the denim industry for six years. Contreras is an avid raw denim collector and lover of all things indigo and has recently turned his camera's eye towards capturing the beauty of well worn jeans.
Emily McIntosh studied Fashion Illustration at the School of Visual Arts. She has been with the Denim Therapy team for two years and has developed an eye for upcoming trends. She enjoys covering the denim industry on the Denim Therapy blog, but her true passion is exploring new design techniques through hands on experimentation.
New York, NY 10013