Top Drawer opens doors to decade of design

by | Jan 13, 2020 | News | 0 comments

Top Drawer

Top Drawer opened its doors for the S/S20 edition this weekend. It welcomes visitors to a showcase of lifestyle products from 1,500 brands.

Top Drawer will continue to give leading retailers a look at the products set to fly off the shelves.
The show is divided into 9 sectors. They are home, gift, wellbeing, stationery, play, fashion, craft, Pulse and food.
Visitors will find the newest design-led products to tailor their offering.
Top Drawer is also the perfect place for visitors to discover new names and emerging talent.
The SPOTTED | PULSE area is dedicated to giving a first look at new, retail-ready names.
As buyers turn to Top Drawer as a source of inspiration and advice, they also have access to two seminar programmes.
RetailFest and Design Talk will provide content crafted to stimulate ideas and discussion. It’ll encourage growth and foster success from some of the best names in the business. The Retail Clinics also provide visitors with access to advice and the latest product solutions.
Top Drawer has partnered with global cultural strategy agency, Flamingo, for the second season. Their insight strengthens and enrichens knowledge of developing trends.

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