Nui Ami is going to return to The Lingerie Edit this July, showcasing a brand new range of sleepwear in addition to their luxurious cup-sized loungewear. ‘Paris Montmartre’ is comprised of chemises, robes and sleep bralettes in a chic palate of blush silk satin with accents of caramel French Leavers lace, available in cup sizes A-F. The brand’s signature collections London, Venice and LA will also be at the show and are available in up to ten cup sizes.
The Lingerie Edit is an exclusive trade showroom event which gathers around 30 premium intimates and swimwear brands in the heart of London. The show will be returning to the Savoy Hotel on Thursday 14th & Friday 15th July 2016, at the Abraham Lincoln & Manhattan rooms.
Caroline Rush at Meet the Manufacturer 2015
The British Fashion Council and Make it British are working together to co-host a debate and networking party at the 2016 Meet the Manufacturer event taking place on 25 and 26 May at The Old Truman Brewery. The conference and trade show programme, organised by Make it British, will bring together key designers and manufacturers to discuss positive fashion and sustainability in the British fashion industry.
Caroline Rush, CEO of the BFC explains: “Many of our British designers are already manufacturing product here in the UK, however, we are frequently asked to make introductions and provide more information on the right production partners. We hope that partnering with Make it British to host a debate at the Meet the Manufacturer event will encourage a better network and opportunities for designers and British manufacturers to work together – which is a key target of our Positive Fashion initiative led by Marks & Spencer.”
Kate Hills, CEO and founder of Make it British, adds: “We’re delighted to be collaborating with the BFC to promote positive fashion and sustainability. We have a wealth of high-end manufacturers in the UK who provide a valuable service to British designers who rely on the skills, flexibility and location of these suppliers when developing their collections for London Fashion Week.”
Prestige London being held at Old Billingsgate and St Katharine’s Docks, held its first ever fashion show yesterday evening as part of a multi-level event for luxury yachts, boats and prestige cars. With London home to more than twice the number of millionaires and billionaires than any other city on earth (source: The Sunday Times) it is arguably the world’s most important financial centre.
Luxury hosiery, r-t-w, swim and intimate apparel brands took part in the fashion show.
Raine & Bea
Moda Lingerie & Swimwear will introduce its anticipated new section within the lingerie hall – Ath-Leisure – to showcase a range of clothing and intimate apparel for the active sector.
Moda expands into athleisure
The’new look’ Moda Lingerie will sustain its new position with increased definition and product categories and the news has been welcomed by buyers. “The new Ath-Leisure area sounds really exciting,” said Katherine Stokes, Browns lingerie & hosiery buyer. “Sports bras are a good seller for us, so I will definitely be taking a look…it will be helpful to come to Moda where I can see all of my suppliers under one roof.”
Moda Boutique will continue for the August 2016 event at the NEC with new labels Rebeliss and Wild Geese both launching there. The new format and new hall introduced in February 2016 proved a hit with both exhibitors and buyers and the August event will broaden that appeal.
At the forthcoming Collection Première Moscow, to be held in Moscow’s Expocentre from 31 August to 3 September 2016, CPM will join forces with the Schneider Group. Headquartered in Moscow, the Schneider Group will act as a ‘one-stop partner’ for European SMEs helping them enter the Russian market and expand into Kazakhstan, Belarus, Ukraine and Poland, by offering market consultancy services as well as support with tax, imports, customs and legal matters.
CPM Moscow constantly focuses on initiating business relationships and in this year’s CPM Start Up segment small companies will be able to present themselves to interested agencies. Furthermore, they can also test the Russian market and forge new contacts at a reasonable price.
“Thanks to the additional partnership with the Schneider Group and the Fashion Fast Track process offered companies will be able to deliver goods to Russia within 10 days. We are delighted to have been able to also create another attractive offering for our newcomers through this additional cooperation. This will also attract new producers previously shying away from trade fair participation due to import requirements,” delights Christian Kasch, Project Manager at CPM.
Tony O’Connor – the top designer who brought Marks and Spencer menswear to London Fashion Week for the first time – will celebrate the best in British design and manufacturing at this year’s Meet the Manufacturer event. He will be showing a range of outfits from different designers and manufacturers on his Great British Fashion showcase, set to capture the strength of skills and breadth of styles available in the UK today.
“I’m delighted to be working together with Kate Hills on this showcase, which I hope will inspire and surprise people, showing British manufacturing at its best. I’ve met a lot of great people along the way in putting this display together exclusively for Meet the Manufacturer and I look forward to meeting more at the event in May. My aim is for British fashion to be the new buzz word for luxury,” Tony explains.
O’Connor will be showing a range of 16 outfits across men’s, women’s and kidswear covering different styles, as well as images from the manufacturers in situ which gives a taster of these skilled craftsmen at work. Meet the Manufacturer will also provide the platform for him to preview his new menswear collection, CONNOR, ahead of London Fashion Week. Meet the Manufacturer takes place on 25 and 26 May at the Old Truman Brewery, campaigning for the return of fashion and textiles manufacturing to the UK.
American resortwear label Kompliqué will be at Prestige London
Exclusive catwalks and a series of James Bond themed fashion events await visitors at Prestige London 2016, taking place at Old Billingsgate between 4-6 May. Showrooms from UFFR and Calico will feature the best pieces of designer collections in the atmosphere of James Bond’s favourite attributes – supercars, helicopters and jets, followed by a fashion show in aid of the Blue Marine Foundation.
A few of the British names taking part in the catwalk show are Fase di Moda, Sonata Rapalyte and Raine & Bea, accompanied by ITEM m6 (Germany), AMOIRAI and Kompliqué (USA) and PGM Fashion (Singapore). The James Bond theme will also grace this high profile fashion show, as visitors have a chance to watch models showcase the latest lingerie and swimwear collections among Aston Martin and Ferrari luxury cars.
Fase di Moda
Raine & Bea