Definition of trunk show in English:

trunk show

Syllabification: trunk show


A sales event for showing merchandise to staff or select customers: fashionistas can enjoy a trunk show of the company’s winter collection
More example sentences
  • To cultivate his clientele, he now travels to conduct private trunk shows in the homes of potential customers.
  • For the first few years, I did a lot of testing of the product by doing as many trunk shows as I could.
  • Her designs were originally shown in exclusive art shows and trunk shows.

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