While in Las Vegas for the PROJECT trade show last month, the fashion, retail and industry mavens from Sportswear International stopped by the Cockpit USA booth to take in and appreciate our offerings for Autumn/Winter 2012. The distressed denim trench and leather bomber made a lasting impression and made it into their coveted highlights feature for the trade show. The new collection hasn't even hit the stores and already it's a hit!
Earlier this month Cockpit USA made the first of its bi-annual trips to the neon lit and dusty plains of Las Vegas for the PROJECT trade show. Amongst a sea of contemporary, heritage and classic menswear labels, Cockpit USA booth held its own, drawing in droves of show goers! Spotted by a member of the show's Blogger Project, Jace Lipstein writer of the popular style blog, the Grungy Gentleman took a shine to our wares and featured the heavy duty, distressed denim trench and ties along with the woven wool weekend bag as highlights of the show on his website. See the feature here for more beautifully captured images of the show and next season's Cockpit USA goodies!
Last month Cockpit USA set up temporary home in the City of Lights for the bi-annual Las Vegas PROJECT trade show. With the merchandising expertise of Rudy G and the VP of Sales Jeff Block, our military inspired booth stood handsomely primed and to attention amongst the many other brands in attendance. Have a look at some photos we took for your viewing pleasure...!
Later this month, the Cockpit USA crew are packing up and leaving our New York HQ to head for the PROJECT trade show in Las Vegas. On the 13th, 14th and 15th of February, we are setting up camp at the Mandalay Bay convention centre to showcase the Cockpit USA Fall/Winter 2012 collection. As ever, we aim to add a touch of excitement to proceedings and this year is no exception! PROJECT attendees are invited to visit us at booth #18114 and leave a business card to be automatically entered into an exclusive draw to win one of our iconic leather jackets and the chance to ride in the CPT bi-plane at the American Airpower Museum! Trade shows just got a whole lot more exhilarating, courtesy of Cockpit USA.