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The UK's largest festival of fashion Pure London has revealed a sensational line-up of resort wear brands who will be showcasing their latest collections.
Bringing together the brightest minds in the industry to showcase the best of the season's must-have collections, the latest trends and exclusive business insights, Pure London returns to the iconic Olympia London, 16-18 July 2023.
Pure London is renowned internationally for its diverse collection of brands which this season will include beautiful resort wear from Guilty Beach, PALME, Terre Rouge, Sophia Alexia, Zen Ethic, NoLogo, One Hundred Stars, Coocu Resorts, Pho Firenze and Sandy Tzatzou.
Posted: 11 May 2023
Pure London, the UK's largest festival of fashion, taking place from the 16th-18th July 2023 at the iconic Olympia London, reveals an inspirational line-up of brands and designers across Womenswear, Accessories, Shoes, Jewellery, Sustainable and within its new and highly anticipated destination POP. Pure London is renowned globally as the most dynamic, trend-led and comprehensive fashion trade show and the next edition will not disappoint as Pure London reveals an exciting mix of returning and much-loved brands and sensational new designers, some of whom have chosen Pure London as their launch pad to market.
Posted: 27 April 2023
As we head into Spring and gardeners around the UK get planting and digging, plans for Glee - the International Festival for Garden, Leisure and Pet being held at the NEC from 27th-29th June - are also hotting up. This year the focus will not just be on the great outdoors, as a brandnew Home, Gift & Clothing sector is about to take shape on the exhibition floor. Whilst Glee has long hosted key exhibitors in these categories, the 2023 show will be the first time that such a strong focus has been placed upon gifting, homeware, fashion accessories and apparel. This is testament to garden centres' success in extending their instore offerings, and also offers a significant opportunity for other retailers.
Posted: 24 March 2023
The first exhibitors set to showcase their latest collections and products at the 2023 edition of the UK Jewellery Festival Trade Event this September, have been unveiled.
Precious metal refiner and manufacturer the Betts Group will join the likes of gemstone trader Crystal Myths, British fine jewellery manufacturer Hockley Mint, jewellery supplier IBB London, diamond marketplace Nivoda, watch brand Rotary and piercing specialist Studex in exhibiting at the now two-day event, which will take place this September at the Hilton London Metropole in central London.
Lighting specialist Parify, insurance provider TH March and the National Association of Jewellers will also join the event as supporters.
Posted: 21 February 2023
JATC is very excited for the upcoming show in X10 days' time at the Truman Brewery. This season the event has doubled the floorspace within the Truman Brewery and taken the whole of the second floor and is now sold out with over 120 brands on show.
DKNY are taking a space and bringing a bespoke made bar serving complimentary cocktails to add to the already laid back atmosphere the order writing show already exudes.
Posted: 2 February 2023
As one of the UK's leading campaigning organisations for Designs and IP, Anti Copying in Design (ACID) has presented Government with potential solutions to address what the majority think are an outdated set of laws that are not fit for purpose.
The organisation says: "Simplifying the complexity of design law and enabling access to enforcement more cost and time effectively are high on the agenda. Strengthening design law with a tangible deterrent against copying, includes a strong recommendation of the introduction of criminal sanctions for the deliberate infringement of an unregistered design, in line with those who rely on copyright.
Posted: 6 January 2023
A new blockchain powered technology that protects ownership and tackles the growing blight of counterfeiting has been quickly adopted by businesses keen to protect themselves and their customers. UK-based DNA creates unique digital passports which prove authenticity and ownership of jewellery, collectibles, art, rarities and luxury goods. The technology makes virtually any physical product instantly verifiable storing every historical transfer of ownership, and other information about the product, on a unique DNA digital passport (Native Asset) which is then safeguarded on the Kadena blockchain platform.
Posted: 19 December 2022
The British Millinery Association CIC (BMACIC) and ACID have been in dialogue for some months now with a joint desire to work collaboratively to promote IP awareness and have formalised this by entering a new Partner arrangement to support BMACIC members in protecting their rights in this area through education and access to ACID support and resources.Underpinning the design and making of those who create hats is a passion for originality and creativity, a proud heritage and a craft that combines skills and knowledge. From couture to ready to wear, milliners generate intellectual property in different forms including design rights, copyright, trademarks and less so, patents.
Posted: 14 November 2022
Aiming to present the UK's most comprehensive fashion offering for the A/W 23/24 edition at Olympia London from 12-14 February 2023, Pure London is launching five new destinations joining Ready-to-Wear, Pure Jewel, Accessories, and Shoes. Visitors will discover curated spaces for Premium womenswear, Purely Sustainable, Pure Edge, Pure Body, and Gen Z.
Pure London has always served as a meeting point for the fashion industry and, from this February, sustainability will be at the fore with a curated selection of conscious exhibitors.
With the global ethical fashion market expected to grow from $6.35 billion in 2019 to $8.25 billion in 2023, Purely Sustainable will raise the profile of ethical and sustainable fashion across the entire event, helping lower the industry's carbon footprint and invest in a better future.
Posted: 13 October 2022
Harrogate Fashion Week closed its doors after a 2-day, record breaking event. Brands exhibiting reported record sales being reached and there was a significant increase in buyers attending.
The Sunday brought in nearly 50% more buyers than last year and the increase on Monday was a phenomenal 75% increase from last July.
The show is no longer a regional event and is now truly on the fashion trade calendar as being the largest exhibition of womenswear clothing brands under one roof, with a substantial amount of special occasion wear showing.
Posted: 12 August 2022