Why should you attend Harrogate Fashion Week?

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Harrogate Fashion Week

Harrogate has been hosting fashion trade exhibitions since the 1970s. Both buyers and exhibitors unfailingly love the town and its friendly ambience, its many hotels and restaurants – and the fact that the Harrogate Convention Centre is right in the centre of town.

Harrogate Fashion Week organisers Sarah Moody and Wendy Adams have many years’ experience in organising fashion events in the town and felt that the time was right to bring the event back, offering a welcome opportunity of a return to Harrogate to its many fans.

Harrogate Fashion Week offers the opportunity for independent brands to connect with independent retailers in a calm and friendly atmosphere.

What makes Harrogate different to other exhibitions?

“The exhibition is located in the heart of Harrogate with onsite parking and only a 10-minute walk from the train station. We are the only fashion exhibition that is operating this summer and give you the perfect opportunity to refresh and restock your clothing, footwear and accessories offering. 

“Harrogate Fashion Week offers a warm and friendly welcome and allows you to spend time buying your collection in a calm environment. With a great selection of restaurants and hotels close by turn your buying trip into a perfect staycation this summer.”

Why should a garden centre attend?

“You should attend Harrogate Fashion Week as we will be joined by the following brands all exhibiting their latest collections: Lily & Me, Focus, Foil, Pomodoro, Ashwood Leather, Bugatti, Capri, Coti Vision, Goose Island, Jessica Graaf , KT x BB , Orientique , Rupert & Buckley, Bamboo Wardrobe. Please view our website to see the full list of brands attending.

“We offer a calm and friendly atmosphere to buy your collections whilst situated in the heart of Harrogate.”

To visit Harrogate Fashion Week please register online

Who are the key contacts at the company?
Show directors Wendy Adams & Sarah Moody
T: 01423 623701

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