Streetwear trade show Margin will not run next year after its founder decided to focus on other projects.
The London-based show, founded in 2002, will not be open to any applications for 2014.
Show organiser Odysseas Constantine said: “Since 2002, Margin has been a labour of love that ran alongside my consultancy work. More freelance and personal projects have taken over my time and energy, so I will not be opening applications for Margin exhibitions in 2014.”
He added: “It was not an easy decision to make but I have to take the exciting opportunity to concentrate on these more demanding and engrossing projects.”
Margin said it had helped launch brands such as Lazy Oaf, Sugarhill, Ruby Rocks and Supremebeing since it was founded 11 years ago.
The trade show relocated to Olympia in August 2013 after many years in Mayfair to make it easier for buyers to get to and from the show.
In August 2012 the show was dropped because of the Olympics.