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Jacket Required autumn 16: What's the mood of the show?

Simon Evans, sales development manager at Henri Lloyd

Simon Evans, sales development manager at Henri Lloyd

Simon Evans, sales development manager at Henri Lloyd, said: “We were rushed off our feet on the first day and the second was a bit quieter but still busy. We’ve seen some very interesting potential customers, a lot of indies, and a lot of old Henri Lloyd customers that want to come back because it feels like there’s a revival of some big 1990s brands.”

 

Nick Snell, director of independent stores Seven Wolves, Dogfish and Catfish in Cambridge and Norwich

Nick Snell, director of independent stores Seven Wolves, Dogfish and Catfish in Cambridge and Norwich

Nick Snell, director of independent stores Seven Wolves, Dogfish and Catfish in Cambridge and Norwich, said: ”This edition seems more upbeat than last and it is better than the shows I’ve been to this buyng season in Paris. Pretty much every other stand has had something I wanted to look at, so I guess that’s a good sign.”

Jack Parkin, business development manager of Farah

Jack Parkin, business development manager of Farah

Jack Parkin, business development manager of Farah, said: ”It has been a great show for us. Our autumn 15 range sold through really well, so we have had great orders for this season from our accounts. We have seen a mixture of existing and new stockists, as well as speaking to some potential distributors and agents.”

Scott Ranicar, key account manager of footwear brand Hush Puppies

Scott Ranicar, key account manager of footwear brand Hush Puppies

Scott Ranicar, key account manager of footwear brand Hush Puppie, said: ”Wednesday was very busy and it was quieter on the second day but we had a great reaction to the range. We see a lot of our key independent accounts as well as multiples here.”

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