More brands announced for Harrogate Fashion Week

by | Jun 3, 2021 | Promotions | 0 comments

Harrogate Fashion Week, opening on 1 and 2 August at the Harrogate Convention Centre, announces more new brands joining this season.

Following its successful appearance on Dragons’ Den, CotiVision™ is looking at a bright future with its colourful collection of eyeglass chains. Handmade in Italy from recycled materials there is no restraint applied to the new pop of colours they have created. CotiVisions’ Julie Hawkins says: “We are delighted to be joining HFW to meet new independent fashion buyers.”

Capri is a British brand producing high quality, creative ranges. Capri`s clothes are flattering, fun and quirky, with fluid styling and casual elegance. It specialises in natural fabrics, using innovative textures alongside its signature, striking prints – and all at competitive prices. Capri’s Hari Krishnadasan says: “We are very excited to be joining HFW this year.”

DRAPS is a fashionable and comfortable ladies clothing brand from the heart of Europe – both designed and produced in the Czech Republic.  Elegant and practical clothing, for every occasion, with plenty of eye-catching prints available. DRAPS’ Carol Capener says: “We are really pleased to be bringing this new brand to the show this season.”

More new names include Kevan Jon, Funky Staff, Compli K, KT x BB, JBees Millinery, Arche Shoes and Allison Fashions.  A full list is now live on the website and by the time the doors open there will be more than 100 collections exhibiting, so something for every independent boutique and store.

Newly launched for this season is the Prom Pavilion with specialist prom companies that include Rachel Allan, Special Day, Romantica, Ellie Wilde, Simply Divine and Gino Cerruti.  Join them for a glass of prosecco to toast this new area and see what new collections these brands have to offer.

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 ready to refresh their offering. Buyers feel safe visiting Harrogate rather than the larger venues in London or Birmingham and feel the show has a great atmosphere and easy to navigate.

The beautiful spa town of Harrogate is easy to travel to by rail or car, check out the website for more details –  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 turn it into your summer staycation.

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