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Fashion & Accessories


Fashion Shows


Major spring trade exhibitions will feature daily runway shows highlighting the hottest trends


Buyers in search of new season fashion accessories and jewellery will be able to feast their eyes on a wealth of inspiration from three different catwalks at three important spring trade shows, Pure, Top Drawer and Spring Fair. First up is Top Drawer Spring from January 17-19 at London’s


Olympia, where the Fashion Show feature will highlight hot trends for the coming seasons following its successful debut at the last January show. Six trend-led scenes will present some of the most covetable


fashion accessories being launched by exhibitors such as: Lilou et Loic, Lisa Angel, Ashiana Jewellery and Accessories, Lovett & Co, Mlavi Studio Corporation, Glover & smith and Tom Pigeon. Spring Fair (February 7-11 at The NEC Birmingham),


will be the next fashion hot spot, with halls 19 and 20 of The NEC filled with all kinds of fashion accessories, jewellery and luggage. The Fashion Accessories Catwalk will be one of two runways at the exhibition, with the other located not far away in The Jewellery Show (Halls 17 and 18). There will be more clothing and accessories


brands than ever at Spring Fair in 2016 thanks to higher demand in the gifting industry for better quality handbags, scarves and other accessories and textiles products. Luggage is also going strong and you can expect to see a good selection of suppliers in this category. Some new exhibitors presenting new ranges at the show in February are Ollie & Nic, One


60 Giftware Review & Home Interiors November / December 2015 Button, Raspbry, Nicole Lee USA, Mi-Pac, Mousqueton, Lisa Angel, FGX Europe,


August Denmark, Hidesign Labante, Alex Max, Vintage Satchel Company and Davidt’s. Rounding of the triad will be Pure, from February 14-16 at London’s


Olympia, where you can also catch some fantastic trend presentations in between the runway shows. This is a brilliant place to get ideas for the year ahead and an insight into the colours, shapes and styles that will have consumers beating a path to your door. The theme for Pure 2016 is Pureism, derived from the AW16 megatrend


‘remaster’, pinpointed by global trend forecasting agency, WGSN. Pureism draws parallels between the worlds of fine art and high fashion to create a visually stunning theme that draws on both classic and modernist influences. All the above events are free to the trade.


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