- Danielle Wightman-Stone |
Lifestyle trade show Top Drawer has announced a strong fashion line-up for its September edition, with more than 150 fashion accessories labels and jewellery brands taking part.
One of the highlights will be the launch of new jewellery and accessories platform, Capsule, alongside other fashion brands including Eduards Accessories, Tsai X Tsai, Vanile on the Rock, Dukley Jewelry and Hippstory.
Renowned jewellery brands include Thomas Sabo, Tatty Devine, Alex Monroe, Pernille Corydon and Louise Kragh will also be showcasing their latest collections, alongside Yawn, Elk, Cove, Sixton London, Adexe London, Schreif, The Casery, Roka London, Monica Maja Richardson and Nooki Design who will present their latest accessories and clothing lines.
Amongst the men’s brands are Scottish brand Kartel Watches, the patented Secrid men’s wallets, Swole Panda and Richings Greetham.
There will also be a number of unique handmade fashion and jewellery pieces from a selection of contemporary designers in the Craft section including Materia Rica, Alison Dupernex, Canga - Caroline Hall, Glover and Smith, Heather Power and Marmalade Designs Jewellery.
While in the curated new talent area, Spotted, young fashion designers Okan Ozevlat, Cinda Clark Design, Khrisnaa Shyam Designs, Hirsch and Kirsch, Alice Acreman Silks and Ishvari will all launch their accessories and jewellery collections.
Alejandra Campos, event director at Clarion Events said in a press release: “Top Drawer refreshes its offering every season by incorporating new concepts and segments. It embraces trends including lifestyle, fashion and global market developments, presenting brands that inspire whilst offer commercial appeal.
“Since launching in 2015 as a key show sector, Style has become the chosen platform for leading brands in fashion accessories and jewellery to showcase their new collections. From fashion boutiques and concept stores to museums, department stores and online retailers, each edition attracts the most successful retailers from the UK and overseas.”
Top Drawer continues to push fashion section
Campos added: “The launch of Capsule, together with our well-established new talent area, Spotted, is part of our commitment to promote and support start-ups and new designers – the young entrepreneurs of today are the elite of tomorrow.”
Top Drawer aims to offer buyers a one-stop shop to source from the very best design-led lifestyle brands and up-coming names with thousands of new products across Home, Gift, Craft, Wellbeing, Greetings and Stationery, Play and Spotted.
The strong fashion line-up follows the announcement in May that Top Drawer would be launching a kids edit, Play, which will feature fashion, accessories, toys and home decor to reflect the “dynamism, growth and diversity” of the children’s sector.
Top Drawer will take place from September 9-11 at Olympia in London.
Images: courtesy of Top Drawer