Stand Sales Soaring at Harrogate Fashion Week

The stand sales at the Yorkshire trade show are soaring in the lead up to the event.

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Harrogate Fashion Week opens its doors for the next edition on January 26th and 27th. The fast-growing trade show is signing up new exhibitors every week, with an eye on ensuring exhibitors are of a high-quality and well-known. By doing so, independent boutique owners should be able to find their next best-seller at the event.

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The latest name to sign up for the trade show is stylish clothing brand Marble, who will join a fantastic lineup of new exhibitors including, Veromia Occasions, Irresistible, Dents, Parka London, Alice Collins, Working Wardrobe, Blundstone, Jayley, Dresses Up, Dress Code and Picadilly.

Regular brands that have supported the show since the beginning will also be exhibiting. These include Ella Boo, Lizabella, Passioni, Pomodoro, Lily and Me, John Charles, James Lakeland, Gabriela Sanchez, Sahara, Carla Ruiz and Carol C. Alongside them will be footwear brands Caprice, Capollini, Legero and Lotus.

Alan Scott, Lotus brand manager said, “As well as being set in a great location, Harrogate Fashion Week has a relaxed ambience that attracts a plethora of buyers who are as excited about attending as we are about exhibiting. The trade show has also been fundamental in opening new doors for clothing accounts that are looking to extend their current product offering.”

Event Direct, Sarah Moody added, “We’ve had a fabulous response for the January show and being the first of the season, with great early dates, it has put us ahead of our competition. Exhibitors need to know that, as organisers, we are aware that trading conditions aren’t brilliant at the moment and out service and prices reflect that.

Exhibitor bookings are now being taken, please contact sarah@harrogatefashionwek.com. Buyer registration is also open and the exhibitor list will be live soon. For further information including travel and hotels take a look at the Harrogate Fashion Week website here.

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