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Attire Accessories is a bi-monthly trade magazine aimed at professional fashion accessories buyers, dealing in clothes, fashion, accessories, jewellery and shoes

Now the title has merged with Gift Focus magazine, the UK's leading bi-monthly trade publication for the giftware industry. Visit the Gift Focus website.

Each issue contains detailed information on upcoming trade shows and reviews many new and innovative products, enabling retailers to make informed and profitable buying decisions for their business. Find out more about the magazine here.

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Attire Accessories magazine - Issue 102 - September/October 2023

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In this issue:

As we look ahead to the winter months, it's the perfect time to stock up on hats, gloves and scarves…

Get equipped for the golden quarter with the prime Christmas buying opportunity Top Drawer presents, offering accessories and lifestyle gifts galore

Silver jewellery continues to compete with its gold counterpart for the most sought-after jewellery option from consumers. Check out this array of beautiful options

Looking to liven up your in-store product offering? This eye-catching array of accessories in patterns and prints will do just that...

A destination for product discovery, sourcing, networking and learning, Top Drawer A/W23 is set to inspire professional buyers and store owners

Anti Copying in Design (ACID) announces 25 years

ACID's trailblazing work and ongoing campaigning has been a game changer in championing designers...

The GA and Hilton Hotel Group join forces

The Giftware Association is thrilled to announce a new and mutually beneficial partnership with the...

Kite Packaging launches hamper-sized ecommerce box

Leading online packaging supplier, Kite Packaging, has added a new, hamper-sized eCommerce box to...

From the editor

Planning ahead

This issue we have a show focus, promoting what’s to come at must-visit fashion accessory events Pure London, Moda and Harrogate Fashion Week. And as most of you will know, July and August are the prime months to get your order books ready for the lucrative festive season. And given that the Christmas period is often one that keeps companies afloat for the slower months of January and February, in my expert blog I look at how retailers can further capitalise on the season. From strategising to make use of the pre-Christmas discounting periods such as Cyber Week, to selling sustainably and, should you have an online store, ensuring you have your delivery services up-to-speed.

As ever, we continue to highlight the best new products to market, so if you’re looking to evolve your store’s offering, head over to our New Product feature. Likewise, our company profile on Rodney Holman gives an insight into how this industry stalwart has stood the test of time.

Enjoy the issue!

Louise Prance, Editor

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