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Scotland Re:Designed moves to Edinburgh

Fashion initiative Scotland Re:Designed is taking place in Edinburgh for the first time, launching at Harvey Nichols this evening.

The two-day event, which comprises exhibitions, workshops and shows for consumers and trade, celebrates the creative and manufacturing output of both established and emerging Scottish menswear, womenswear, specialist knitwear and textile designers.

Attendees will hear from retailers including Liberty, Harrods, Johnstons of Elgin, Topman, Debenhams and the V&A.

Part of the national textiles conference, Scotland Re:Designed is a platform from which Scottish fashion designers and textile companies can build, establish or secure business relationships with customers, creating new collaborations, achieving short and long term sales and boost their brand profiles.

It follows Chanel’s recent buy-out of cashmere company Barrie Knitwear, which Scottish Re: Designed heralded as a “testament to the international esteem” in which Scottish manufacturing is regarded.

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