COTERIE Digital

September 1 - November 1, 2020

Debuting this fall, the digital trade event allows both brands and retailers the opportunity to shop, learn, and discover in an expanded digital marketplace, where five of the largest fashion B2B trade events converge for an 8-week event.

Live Event Update

The COTERIE September New York Marketplace has been Canceled.

Given continued uncertainty around international travel and border restrictions as well as the importance of health and safety for the entire fashion community, the difficult decision has been made to cancel the upcoming September 22-24, 2020 live event in New York.

COTERIE will instead refocus its efforts on their newly launched digital trade event for Fall 2020, providing an opportunity for business continuity and better connectivity of the fashion industry in a more responsive and effective marketplace.

Education And Inspiration

 The COTERIE marketplace is all about commerce and content, see below for key articles and business resources.   

July 21, 2020

How Stores are Innovating, Giving Back and Re-Opening 

We're so inspired by the number of specialty store owners who have turned to their creativity and even put their efforts towards supporting others. We reached out to more retailers to learn how they’re planning for the future and supporting local communities.

July 17, 2020

Black-Owned Business Highlights: Esenshel

We are using our platform to spotlight Black-owned businesses and raise the voices of powerful individuals in our community and beyond. Read more about Rodney Patterson, his headwear company Esenshel as well as his brand’s current stance on the #BLM movement.  

July 9, 2020

Black-Owned Business: Greta Constantine

We are using our platform to spotlight black-owned businesses and raise the voices of powerful individuals in our community and beyond. Read more about Kirk Pickersgill, founder of Greta Constantine and his stance on the #BLM movement.

July 2, 2020

Black-Owned Business: The Honey Pot 

We are using our platform to spotlight black-owned businesses and amplify the voices of powerful individuals in our community and beyond. Please meet Beatrice Dixon, her feminine care business The Honey Pot, and the brand’s current stance on #BLM.