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Change of plan for Heritage Tea Party

The Heritage Tea Party, a new premium trade show, has announced a change in location and a new date for its inaugural event next summer.

The exhibition, which aims to bring together fashion and music, will be housed inside Ragley Hall in Warwickshire, rather than Broughton Hall in North Yorkshire, which was previously slated for the event.

In addition, instead of running in early June prior to Italian menswear show Pitti Uomo, The Heritage Tea Party will now take place on the first weekend of July, which is the weekend prior to streetwear exhibition Bread & Butter Berlin.

According to Andy Shorten, co-founder of the event organiser, A Different Day, interested brands so far include ex-Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher’s Pretty Green label, as well as knitwear brand John Smedley, men’s streetwear label Luke, plus classic brands Barbour, Gloverall and Fred Perry. The exhibition will also host a boutique music festival aimed at consumers.

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