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BODA SKINS announces 2021 plans including Asia expansion, capsule collections, a buy-back sustainable scheme and new management team

BODA SKINS announces 2021 plans including Asia expansion, capsule collections, a buy-back sustainable scheme and new management team

Global fashion brand Boda Skins has released its 2021 plans, which include expansion into Asia, seasonal capsule collections, and a buy-back scheme to turn old jackets into reusable rucksacks. The Manchester-based brand founded by Nathan Alexander, which is renowned for its leather jackets and adored by celebrities, has also appointed a new senior management team to support its ambitious growth plans.Boda Skins is already a huge success in Europe, the United States and Australia, where its range is worn by thousands of customers and celebrities alike, including Khloe Kardashian, Olivia Palermo, and Hailey Bieber.... read more

Posted: 19 November 2020

Wildbrain CPL enters into collaboration with Dr Seuss and Irregular Choice

Wildbrain CPL enters into collaboration with Dr Seuss and Irregular Choice

WildBrain CPLG, one of the world's leading entertainment, sport and brand licensing agencies, has secured a deal between Dr. Seuss Enterprises, L.P. and shoe and accessory brand Irregular Choice for a colourful collaboration inspired by the iconic Dr. Seuss book, The Cat in the Hat. Brokered by WildBrain CPLG, which represents Dr. Seuss Enterprises across EMEA, the deal will launch an adult collection that includes heeled shoes, boots, sneakers, bags and tights – all featuring the iconic Cat and Thing One and Thing Two from the famous picture book. The collection is now available worldwide on the Irregular Choice website and will also launch at Irregular Choice stores across the UK.... read more

Posted: 17 November 2020

Sustainable accessories brand teams up with prison rehabilitation charity on new line

Sustainable accessories brand teams up with prison rehabilitation charity on new line

Prison reform charity, Leather Inside Out, has announced that it is joining forces with sustainable accessory brand, Terracotta Row, to create a collection of socially and eco conscious bags through the Design for Life programme, which are crafted by women in prison and on release. The new collection of stylish tote bags, which are made from recycled material, are available to buy from the Tate Modern online shop www.shop.tate.org.uk – as part of its Tate Edit Makers' Showcase. The collection consists of a range of 14 tote bags, which are created in bold colourways and will retail from £59.... read more

Posted: 13 November 2020

Hyve Group announce changes to the Pure London and Scoop calendars

Hyve Group announce changes to the Pure London and Scoop calendars

Due to ongoing government restrictions arising from the coronavirus pandemic regarding the hosting of exhibitions and events, Hyve Group has announced a change in the datelines of its London fashion shows, Pure London and Scoop. Pure London and Scoop will now take place as a virtual forum, Fashion Together.Due to the latest UK Government restrictions on the re-opening of business conferences and exhibition halls, Hyve Group has been forced to cancel events scheduled to take place in February 2021, including Pure London and Scoop. The next planned fashion events will take place on 12th- 14th September 2021 with very exciting plans to be announced soon.... read more

Posted: 13 November 2020

Joe Davies remains open during lockdown

Joe Davies remains open during lockdown

Joe Davies has announced that it will remain open during November, with many of its customers still trading throughout the UK such as Post Offices, pharmacies, garden centres and online retailers, as well as those offering Click & Collect. In addition, at the time of writing Scottish retailers continue to operate with Welsh customers due back on the 9th November.... read more

Posted: 6 November 2020

Spring Fair cancels physical show; launches Spring Fair @Home virtual format

Spring Fair cancels physical show; launches Spring Fair @Home virtual format

Hyve Group, the organiser of Spring Fair, together with the co-located Jewellery & Watch and Fashion (JWF) and Glee at Spring Fair, have announced that the physical show has now been cancelled and will be replaced with its Spring Fair @Home virtual event. Moda, the national footwear show, also organised by Hyve and planned to co-locate at Spring Fair 2021, also announced changes to its scheduled 2021 event.Due to new UK government restrictions on the reopening of business conferences and exhibition halls, Spring Fair will no longer take place in February 2021. The next planned home, gift and fashion retail event will be Autumn Fair, together with Moda, at the NEC Birmingham on 5th-8th September 2021, while Spring Fair will return as an in-person event, 6th-10th February 2022.... read more

Posted: 5 November 2020

Attire Accessories is here for you!

Attire Accessories is here for you!

As the UK heads into a second lockdown, it's more important than ever to stress that Attire Accessories is here to support you. Both the editorial and sales teams are all systems go, and know that getting your brand out to the right people is more important than ever given the ongoing show cancellations. Editorial submissions are now being taken for the January/February issue of Attire Accessories, our biggest of the year, with editor Louise Prance still covering Spring Fair exhibitors, Moda, Pure London and many other features. If you were planning to exhibit at the shows and are now worried about the reduced visibility of your product due to its cancellation – fear not!... read more

Posted: 5 November 2020

National Gallery Company launches first jewellery collection inspired by Artemisia

National Gallery Company launches first jewellery collection inspired by Artemisia

The National Gallery Company, in collaboration with PureJewels, has launched its first jewellery collection inspired by the new Artemisia exhibition, on show at the National Gallery in London.According to a press release, "In 17th-century Europe, at a time when women artists were not easily accepted, Artemisia Gentileschi was exceptional. She challenged conventions and defied expectations to become a successful Italian Baroque artist and one of the greatest storytellers of her time."... read more

Posted: 4 November 2020

Scotland's Trade Fair Spring goes virtual

Scotland's Trade Fair Spring goes virtual

Scotland's Trade Fair Spring has announced that it will become a virtual event in 2021 due to ongoing implications of COVID-19. The virtual event will remain online throughout 2021 to provide a resource for buyers all year. It will be available for them to dip in and out of when they are sourcing new suppliers and new ideas. Buyers have become used to using show websites as a sourcing tool throughout the year so Scotland's Trade Fair online will continue to provide this service.... read more

Posted: 3 November 2020

UK designers vulnerable to copyists

UK designers vulnerable to copyists

An EU decision, that follows joint negotiations between the UK Government and EU Commission, confirms that there will be no reciprocity between EU27 and UK designers on unregistered Community design protection. This would appear to be diametrically opposed to the joint and agreed ambition that there would be a level playing field for agreement on the Intellectual Property Chapter. It leaves designers in the United Kingdom vulnerable to copying from EU27. This document from ACID provides further detail...... read more

Posted: 29 October 2020

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