Harrogate Fashion Week set for success

by | Apr 29, 2021 | Promotions | 0 comments

Harrogate Fashion Week

Harrogate Fashion Week is set to open at 9.30am on Sunday 1 August at the Harrogate Convention Centre right in the heart of the town. Being the only womenswear trade show to be held during the summer months it is expected to be attended by many of the independent boutiques and stores.

The exhibition will last for two days and will showcase S/S 2022 collections from brands including: Sahara, Jayley, Lily & Me, Pomodoro, Claire Desjardins, The Bamboo Wardrobe, Passioni and with Carol C Collections showcasing her brands including Foil, Orientique, Oopera and Tirelli.   

New brands to the show this season include Teresa Ripoli, Luis Civit, Beaumont Organics, Bariloche, Tinta, I.nco, Kiraku and Rupert & Buckley.

There will be more special occasionwear than any other UK trade show with key brands like John Charles, Lizabella, Gabriella Sanchez, Veromia Occasions, Irresistable and Gill Harvey. Expansion this year will include a Prom Pavilion so far featuring Rachel Allan and Special Day.  

Footwear and accessory brands already reserved are Legero, Caprice, Burkely, Spezzatura and Lunar plus hats from Snoxell & Gwyther, Max & Ellie and The Niche Collection.

A great list of brands have already confirmed their attendance and it is growing each day; a full list will go live on the website by the end of May. By the time the doors open there will be over a 100 collections exhibiting, so there will be something for every independent boutique and store selling womenswear.

The beautiful spa town of Harrogate is easy to travel to by rail or car, check out the website for more details – www.harrogatefashionweek.com. Special rates have been negotiated for Exhibitors and Buyers at The Hotel St George and the Crown Plaza both within walking distance of the venue, so why not treat yourself and make a break of it!

Join the HFW team and the exhibitors for the Drinks Party on the Sunday night to celebrate the first day of the show and a toast to the industry for sustaining this most difficult year.

Tickets are also available for the Exhibition Dinner Party so you can continue to socialise and meet up with friends and work colleagues.

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