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    Views from Pure spring 18: Should trade shows be more experiential?Subscription

    News25 July 2017

    Pure London has been steadily increasing the number of catwalk shows, seminars and other activities available during the show, while more brands are offering services such as a wet shave to tempt people onto their stands. We found out what exhibitors and buyers thought about this focus on making the show more of an experience.

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    Upbeat mood in mid-market as Moda kicks offSubscription

    News6 August 2017

    Buyers from indies across the UK and Ireland made their way to the NEC in Birmingham on Sunday for the spring 18 edition of Moda.

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    Thumbs-up for Jacket Required's new layoutSubscription

    News26 July 2017

    The introduction of womenswear brands, a layout rethink and additional experiential elements created a buoyant and refreshing start to the London trade show’s 13th edition.

  • Martine Rose, Marni, Rick Owens, Craig Green

    The buyers' verdict: spring 18 menswear catwalksSubscription

    Fashion13 July 2017

    Six of the industry’s top buyers weigh in on the spring 18 men’s catwalks, revealing their verdict on the trends of note and shows of the season.

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    The autumn 18 buying season starts here: Drapers Show CalendarSubscription

    Features6 December 2017

    The autumn 18 show season is fast approaching, so use Drapers’ handy guide to start making your bookings.

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    Spring sales stutter in face of consumer cautionSubscription

    News20 February 2018

    Tough trading has continued on the high street as shoppers are yet to embrace new-season spring collections,  retail bosses said this week.

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    Spring 18 preview: Scotch & SodaSubscription

    Fashion14 June 2017

    Scotch & Soda is set to unveil a line featuring Felix the Cat for spring 18, as part of a capsule collection that includes denim and sportswear in men’s, women’s and children’s wear. Key items include hand-painted jackets and boyfriend-fit denim. Prices range from £10 for a T-shirt to £84 for outerwear. 020 3137 3901 Back to spring 18 preview

  • Nü denmark 1

    Spring 18 preview: Nü DenmarkSubscription

    Fashion14 June 2017

    Elegant femininity and sophistication with a holiday vibe undercurrent characterise Nü Denmark’s womenswear collection for spring 18. Translucent layering, florals and wildlife prints appear alongside bold stripes and neutral colours. Metallic detailing stands out on the more muted items, creating a relaxed yet refined effect overall.

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    Spring 18 preview: Native YouthSubscription

    Fashion14 June 2017

    “Youth is not a time of life, it is a state of mind” were the words of inspiration for Native Youth’s men’s and women’s wear designs for spring 18. This comes through in a fusion of earthy tones and relaxed, slouchy androgynous shaping and geometric prints. Key womenswear items include luxe grey co-ords and wide-leg trousers, while a sand-coloured kimono stands out in the men’s range.

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    Spring 18 preview: Luisa CeranoSubscription

    Fashion14 June 2017

    Casual luxury fuses street-style influences with a feminine glamour in the spring 18 womenswear offer from Luisa Cerano. Colour is key, in the form of mossy greens, raspberry pinks and azure throughout the collection, which also features the dominant trend of statement sleeves. Prices range from £25 for a T-shirt to £140 for a coat 0207 323 6100 Back to spring 18 preview

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