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LondonEdge Will Once Again Take London Olympia by Storm: September 2013
the biggest exhibition of alternative merchandise anywhere on the planet,
LondonEdge celebrates the world’s most creative and exciting ‘niches’ in
fashion, footwear and accessories.
a reputation for attracting a high percentage of overseas buyers, this unique
global show is dedicated to short order merchandise and is one of the most
successful and enduring trade shows on the circuit.
into two notional areas, Original and Fashion, LondonEdge Original represents
over 200 hard-edged, punk, rock, goth and tattoo inspired brands where as
LondonEdge Fashion houses over 150 rock n roll, vintage, retro, pin up,
burlesque and rockabilly collections. With both areas heaving with clothing,
accessories and beauty brands, there truly is something for everyone.
in its 14th year, Londonedge is still breaking barriers & this
September 2013 show welcomes the highest number of new, first time exhibitors
with the usual array of brands available, visitors can expect to see over 30
new, never seen before companies showing as many as 50 collections from all
corners of the planet. New exhibitors to keep an eye out for include Betties
Page, Faux Real, Hello Margo, Isabelle Batz, Jubly Umph, Music Legs, Time City
and Dark Candles to name a few.
on the bustling trade show floor, Hell Bunny, Sourpuss, Iron Fist, Loungefly,
Alchemy, Too Fast, One Direction, Banned, Collectif, Dead Threads, New Rock and
TUK return once again to wow buyers and attendees with their one-of-a-kind and
eye catching collections.
again the plethora of entertainment on offer will not disappoint, with a unique
blend of specialist acts and fashion shows taking to the main stage and
fantastic Feature lounges feature in place.
areas include VintEdge (for vintage, vintage inspired and crafty brands),
complimentary hairstyling, free liquor shots, energising music and a great
atmosphere, all proof of a show that can’t be missed.
it comes to the business side of things, business is conducted onsite which
eliminates the pressure to chase orders at a later date.
with the exhibitors needs at the forefront, this September, LondonEdge have a
dedicated Buyer Liaison Manager on board inviting attendees from far and wide. A
particular focus this season is on exhibitor nominated, VIP buyers from
countries with a strong or growing economies including Australia, Scandinavia,
Lithuania, USA and Germany.
season saw an overall increase of 14% against September 2012 with 14% increase
in the UK attendance & 13% increase in overseas attendees. With these new
additions, this September 2013 will no doubt see a further increase.
developing and improving, after a trial date change for the January 2013 show,
this September LondonEdge has returned to its usual format kicking things off on
Sunday and finishing end of Tuesday.
1st - 3rd, 2013 The National Hall, Olympia, Hammersmith Road,
London, W14 8UX
OK, it is possible you have never heard of size XO. It is also possible that size XO does not exist or never has existed. Well, the fact of the matter is that I am fairly sure size XO does exist. I was on facebook last night and on the Fashion Bug page someone was asking why Fashion Bug charged more for size XO then they did for size XL. The lady writting the post mentioned she measured them and they appeared to be the same. Anyway, I tried to research the size and did not find much at all. It is my understanding (possibly and incorrect understanding) that size XO clothing was created for larger size women in the same manner that size zero was created for smaller size women. It is very possibly simply a "vanity" size.
OK, here is how Fashion Bug explained the size, "The sizes XL and OX are in fact different. An OX provides more room in various areas of the garment such as the body, armholes, sleeve length and shoulders. And a 1X have even…
The next edition of the WHO’S NEXT and PREMIERE CLASSE trade shows, will take place from Friday 22nd to Monday 25th January 2016 at Porte de Versailles. In the midst of its extensive renovation work, the Paris Expo - Porte de Versailles is keeping its doors open for events. This ambitious modernisation project aims to strengthen the role that Paris holds as tourism market leader with regards to international business.
The first phase of the renovation concerns halls 1 and 7, the main entrance and the central walkway with the creation of travelators between hall 3 and 4.
In line with this situation, WHO’S NEXT and PREMIERE CLASSE are having to evolve and transform. The areas are being rethought, reworked, to offer a more fluid experience, a clearer display of the trade shows’ offer.
By joining forces with Studio GGSV (Curator of the Saint-Etienne Design Biennial 2013) the trade shows guarantee a quality setting and optimal space layout.
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