New Exhibitors, Dynamic Events, Style Spotters and More at Upcoming Dallas Western Market

—August trade event offers biggest opportunity for retail inspiration and better business—

DALLAS – July 26, 2019 – Dallas Market Center, the leading western lifestyle marketplace and home to WESA’s International Western/English Apparel & Equipment Markets beginning in 2021, announces exclusive details including new exhibitors, special events, one-of-a-kind products, and leading brands for the upcoming Western Market from August 21-24, 2019.

Dallas Western Market features hundreds of top western lifestyle brands serving thousands of retail buyers and provides a first look at spring 2020 styles across the widest array of products including western apparel and accessories, boots and footwear, gifts, paper products, and more.

Among the new exhibitors for August is Gina Tees, new to the 14th floor of the World Trade Center and joining notable 14th floor veteran showrooms such as Ranch Road Boots, Collins of Texas, Lucchese, Pat Dahnke, Double J, and Outback Trading. Inspiring new temps on the 12th floor include: Rhonda Stark, Texi Boots, Shoot & Reel, and Cowboy Cool.

In addition to western buyers from across the U.S. and internationally, the market will welcome a growing number of new buyers with daily hospitalities including complimentary breakfast and a market orientation tour each day at 9:00 am. A series of additional special events and hospitalities, open to all buyers, will include the Lone Star Corral pre-party followed by the trend fashion show with emcee Dale Brisby, 12th floor temps Boots & Brews party, and a Cowboy Cash Bar.

Along the 12th floor WTC atrium, Kimes Ranch Jeans will be hosting a DIY session for creating one-of-a-kind denim and t-shirt pieces on-the-spot and Warbonnet Hat Works will be debuting designs and measuring visitors for custom hats.

Western buyers are also invited to attend product discovery tours with Rawlins Gilliland and business seminars on holiday marketing and business growth with Ashley Alderson of Boutique Hub.

For a full list of events and offerings, visit the Western Market events page and the Apparel & Accessories Market events page.

Social media influencers returning to the August show are Geena Marcuzzo (@cityraisedfarmsaved) and Jessie Jarvis (@mrsjjarv). These industry experts and tastemakers are back as part of the successful StyleEyes program where leading industry social media experts spot and share products and retail trends while at market.

August Western Market will take place concurrently with Apparel & Accessories Market and KidsWorld Market, providing retailers unique cross-category buying opportunities. The combined market presents the most complete collection of new and best-selling products across lifestyle categories including western, fashion, and kids.

In addition to the new exhibitors debuting for August Western Market, a list of leading brands have recently committed to new showrooms inside the growing western marketplace in Dallas, and in advance of the WESA shows arriving in 2021, including the following: Karman, AndWest / Cowgirl Confetti, Agave Sky Boots & More, Minnetonka, Western Fashion Accessories, Tanner Mark Boots, Milano Hat Company, Leegin, Rocky Brands, Professionals Choice, Cactus Ropes/Cactus Gear, Twisted X, Corral, Equibrand Products Group, Lucchese, HatCo, Sidran, Clint Orms, Wrangler, Scully, Ferrini, Hooey, M&F Western Products, Trenditions, Vogt Silversmiths, Anderson Bean, Southern Grace, Outback Trading Company, Grace in LA, Montana Silversmiths, Berlin Custom Leather, and Westmoor Manufacturing including Panhandle/Rock and Roll Denim/Rock and Roll Cowgirl.

For more information on showrooms or Western Market, visit the Dallas Market Center website or download the Dallas Market App. Also, keep up-to-date on all market information by visiting Dallas Market Center on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.

About Dallas Market Center

Dallas Market Center is a global business-to-business trade center and the leading wholesale marketplace in North America connecting retailers and interior designers with top manufacturers in western apparel and accessories, home décor, furniture, gifts, lighting and fashion for women, men, and children. Inside its dynamic, five million square foot campus near downtown Dallas, nearly 200,000 customers from all 50 states and 85 countries seek industry trends, business education and new products via open-daily showrooms and from exhibitors participating in trade events held throughout the year. The Dallas Market Center website is available at