Giving & Living
Giving & Living

Industry news from Attire Accessories magazine

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Sif Jakobs Jewellery launches Retail Affiliate Programme to support retailers during the COVID-19 pandemic

Sif Jakobs Jewellery launches Retail Affiliate Programme to support retailers during the COVID-19 pandemic

To support its UK stockists during the government enforced Covid-19 retail close-down, Sif Jakobs Jewellery has announced the launch of its Retail Affiliate Programme ("R.A.P"). The scheme will initially run until 30th June, 2020.... read more

Posted: 7 April 2020

Closet London clothing brand appoints Sales and Marketing Director

Closet London clothing brand appoints Sales and Marketing Director

Womenswear brand Closet London has announced the appointment of Antonio Marsocci as Sales and Marketing Director. Antonio brings a wealth of brand experience to the business from Matches, Habitat and Lotus and is vastly experienced in today's Omnichannel retail solutions for continuous customer experience.... read more

Posted: 6 April 2020

Carrie Elizabeth donates 100% of profits from special collection to mental health charity Mind

Carrie Elizabeth donates 100% of profits from special collection to mental health charity Mind

Carrie Elizabeth Jewellery has designed a new collection with the aim to donate all profits to mental health charity, Mind.On the first day of sales alone, UK independent jeweller Carrie Elizabeth made approximately £2000 in profit to donate. This will be an ongoing donation as the company produces more special pieces.... read more

Posted: 3 April 2020

My Gifts Trade/ECP Design to distribute ‘A Gift From The Gods’

My Gifts Trade/ECP Design to distribute ‘A Gift From The Gods’

My Gifts Trade/ECP Design (MGT/ECP) and A Gift From The Gods are delighted to announce a new distribution partnership, which will see MGT/ECP take on exclusive distribution for the A Gift From The Gods brand.... read more

Posted: 2 April 2020

Fashion duo launches new website Brilliant Little Brands to support industry and charitable causes following the outbreak of COVID-19

Fashion duo launches new website Brilliant Little Brands to support industry and charitable causes following the outbreak of COVID-19

A group of national stall holders have joined forces to fight for both their businesses and the charities they support by setting up a new website called 'Brilliant Little Brands' www.brilliantlittlebrands.com, which is proving to be an indicator of future shopping trends.... read more

Posted: 2 April 2020

Harrogate Fashion Week makes a great start to the next season

Harrogate Fashion Week makes a great start to the next season

Harrogate Fashion Week announces next season's dates as Sunday 26th & Monday 27th July, a great early date for the buying season. This show has been pronounced by its exhibitors as an "increasingly important event" and the organisers are delighted with the positive response received.... read more

Posted: 1 April 2020

Moda reschedules to run alongside Autumn Fair

Moda reschedules to run alongside Autumn Fair

Amid challenging times, Moda, the heart of UK fashion, has announced its response to the rapid spread of COVID-19 within the UK and around the world. Reiterating its commitment to bringing people together from across the industry, Moda has announced a new campaign, focused on community, as well as new dates for the show.... read more

Posted: 31 March 2020

Harrogate Convention Centre commissioned as temporary NHS Hospital

Harrogate Convention Centre commissioned as temporary NHS Hospital

Home & Gift Show has announced that the Harrogate Convention Centre (HCC) has been commissioned as a temporary hospital for the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.... read more

Posted: 31 March 2020

Young consumers looking to ‘reuse, reduce and recycle’ fashion, says survey

Young consumers looking to ‘reuse, reduce and recycle’ fashion, says survey

An increasing amount of young consumers are buying, selling, mending or swapping their clothes, according to a recent survey by Mintel.Indeed, Mintel research shows that in the last year alone over half (52%) of those aged 25-34 bought second-hand clothes, compared to an average of 43%. Young Brits are turning their old clothes into hard cash, with 50% of 25-34-year-olds selling unwanted clothes in the last year, compared to 35% of consumers as a whole. And in the spirit of 'make do and mend', half (50%) of 25-34-year-olds have repaired damaged or worn-out clothes.... read more

Posted: 30 March 2020

The Women’s Jewellery Network launches new free digital network

The Women’s Jewellery Network launches new free digital network

The Women's Jewellery Network, the UK's only network for women in jewellery, has launched a new online digital platform. It's a space where jewellery professionals of all genders can connect, communicate, engage and network for free!... read more

Posted: 29 March 2020

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