Attire Accessories - Sep/Oct 2018 (Issue 72)

36 MISS SHORTHAIR T: +44 (0)1419 597 362 W: What: Miss Shorthair is an industry leader in scarves, clothing and fashion accessories. The company prides itself on its trend-focused and diverse designs, which appeal to a wide audience. For AW18, Miss Shorthair has expanded to include more scarves than ever before, with brand-new products including hats and gloves. Discover the company’s one-size clothing range, which includes products such as cashmere-blend jumpers, viscose capes, ponchos and more, at Top Drawer Stand 323 or online. Where: 323 PEACE OF MIND T: +44 (0)1225 777 749 W: What: Peace of Mind’s new collection is brimming with new arrivals, timeless classics and on-trend must-haves. Scarves, bags, hats and accessories have been beautifully curated into one stunning collection and will take any wardrobe to a whole new level. Layer up with chunky-knit scarves over fine-knitted ponchos and add a touch of sparkle with metallic prints or sequin detail. Where: 335 RACHEL JACKSON T: +44 (0)20 7375 0505 W: @rjacksonlondon What: Rachel Jackson London, the coveted UK-based semi-fine jewellery brand, will be revealing new styles for AW and SS at Top Drawer. Designs are minimal, geometric and art deco inspired, and they are worn by celebrities and influencers across the globe, including Kylie Jenner, Katy Perry and Rita Ora. The brand is also regularly featured in key press such as Vogue, Elle, Stylist, Grazia, Stella and Style. Rachel, founder, designer and creative director for the brand, started selling her jewellery on a market stall in Spitalfields before being discovered by key stockists worldwide, including Farfetch, Harvey Nichols, Anthropology, Fenwicks, and independent concept and fashion stores such as Gerrards and The Dressing Room. Exhibiting at Top Drawer is a chance for Rachel and her team to catch up with existing stockists and also meet new ones. Rachel will be at the show for its duration. Where: 451 YAWN T: +44 (0)208 810 1094 W: @yawnlondon What: Born of Alice Whiteley’s busy life as a working mother and management consultant, Yawn was set up and launched in 2014. In a bid to build a brand that focuses on helping women switch off, Yawn’s creations are designed to help customers relax. From the company’s little studio in London, its team designs with customers in mind and makes its own natural, breathable fabrics. Likewise, Yawn also draws and paints its own designs using a range of materials to create interesting and one-of-a-kind marks. The company is excited to be returning to Top Drawer this year to exhibit new pieces, including three new prints, available September 2018. Where: 122