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autumn fair preview


Autumn Fair Returns to NEC Birmingham Head to Autumn Fair for a show brimming with newness, exclusive and sustainable brands, and inspiration.


Sustainable exhibitors already signed up


to the Sustainability Library include; Vent for Change, Alexander Thurlow & Co, Colour Chronicles, Crafty You Crafty Me, Find Your Glow, Amica Accessories, Black Yak, Heaven Sense Incense, Jomafe, Keel Toys, Penguin Ink, Sandy Bay, The Art File, The English Soap Company, Mai Clothing, My Gift Trade, and The Somerset Toiletry Co. Jeff Moody, Commercial Director, BIRA,


says; “Bira are delighted to be at Autumn Fair, as our independent retailers are so eager to see new product ranges and reconnect with suppliers and fellow retailers. It’s been such a long time since the industry has been able to meet together and Autumn Fair will be a much- awaited opportunity for the industry to reunite.”


Visit u www.autumnfair.com to find out more and pre-register.


T


he welcome return of physical shows will bring the retail industry back to life and for the first time in 18 months the best in home, gift, fashion, design, and sustainability will fill the halls of the NEC at the UK’s largest must-attend show, Autumn Fair. For months the Autumn Fair team have been working non-stop behind the scenes to create a truly incredible show. Julie Driscoll, Managing Director for Hyve’s UK Retail & Fashion portfolio comments; “We are delighted to finally be returning to the thing we do best; market-leading events facilitating trade, collaboration and creativity. We’re working hard to make our in-person shows safe and secure and we can’t wait to welcome our community back to the NEC Birmingham after such a long time apart.’’ With a new era of retail ahead and as the


industry comes together again in-person there is a huge appetite for the return of physical shows. Visitors will be met with a host of compelling returning favourites, new, and exclusive to Autumn Fair brands galore. In Home and exclusive to Autumn Fair, visitors will be delighted to view exciting new ranges from Coach House, Hill Interiors and Authentic Models. The inspirational Summerhouse section will deliver an array of new premium home interior accessories and soft furnishing with exciting collaborations and launches creating the wow-factor with Gallery Direct, Pacific, Inis, and Malini who exclusively launch the Moneypenny Interiors collection, a new partnership with BBC2 Interior Design Masters finalist Paul Moneypenny. New exhibitors to the show line-up include


recent Dragon’s Den winners Willsow, as well as Chalk UK, Bachmann Europe, Peony & Pine,


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Emily Victoria Candles, and Rainbow Design. Other brands showcasing their new ranges and collections at Autumn Fair include; SeaGems, Lisa Angel, Paper Salad, The Little Dog Laughed, Big Metal, Lido Pearls, My Doris, Bessie London, Susie Blue, Bomb Cosmetics, and new to the show French jewellery brand Jadien. Following the successful launch of the Sustainability Trail at Spring Fair 2020, the focus on sustainability continues at Autumn Fair with the launch of The Sustainability Library and a host of onsite initiatives. Before the show opens visitors can connect with exhibiting sustainable brands at https://www.autumnfair.com/the- sustainability-library-at-autumn-fair-home and in just a few clicks discover the stories, pledges and initiatives from brands who are doing their part to ensure a more sustainable and ethical future for us all.


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