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Baracuta, Schott and Sin Star among menswear show Stitch's February line-up

Baracuta, Schott, Nicholas Deakins and Sin Star will be among the brands showing at menswear trade show, Stitch, in February.

The autumn 2012 edition of the show sees the return of high profile brands as well as newcomers.

Liam Gallagher’s menswear label Pretty Green will return for its fifth season, while Baracuta, the original Harrington jacket brand, will show alongside classic men’s fashion brand Gibson.

Sin Star, the rock-inspired brand, founded by fellow band members Sam Bell and Ryan Stripe in 2010, will be in its second season.

Nicholas Deakins, the premium menswear brand, also returns to the show and will sit alongside more nascent brands including Gifted Heroes, Brixton, Beck & Hersey, Lambretta, Bjorn Borg and Realm & Empire.

Brands signed for Stitch’s Vision area, for more affordable niche, contemporary and urban collections, include outerwear specialist Ferguson of London and Trevor Bolongaro, as well as Kr3w, Gravis, Makia, Plastic Guns and Nico Didonna.

Stitch menswear claims to attract over 12,000 visitors from 61 countries.

The trade show, which has been at Earl’s Court for the past two seasons, running alongside women’s young fashion show Pure Spirit, will show at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London, on February 12 and 13.

The closure of the Earl’s Court site after the Olympics and Pure Spirit’s decision to return to womenswear trade show Pure London at Olympia from February 2012 were catalysts for the move.

 

 

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