09 Dec, 2017
2018 Fashion Calendar in UK
For decades, UK has been known for supporting designers not only British talent, but has become a platform for international labels. Official runway shows, showroom space, exhibitions and trade shows are just some of the ways the country thrives.
Fashion SVP (London, UK, 16−17 January) is Europe’s unique sourcing event, with an international show presenting over 120 leading fashion producers from the UK and 21 overseas countries, training seminars, exciting trend focus features, product demonstrations, fashion clinics, a jobs forum and prime networking with the whole of the fashion industry.
BETA (Birmingham, UK, 21−23 January) The British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) represents more than 800 British suppliers and retailers. Members include producers of famous brands and more than 400 tack shops across the UK.
PURE (London, UK, 11−13 February) is an order writing tradeshow with over 10 000 high-calibre visitors attending each season to source from over 1000 brands. Over 300 new brands from across the world are added to the show each season.
MODA (Birmingham, UK, 18−20 February) is the UK’s largest fashion trade event, regularly playing host to more than 1450 brands covering womenswear, menswear, footwear and accessories.
London Fashion Week Men’s (London, UK, 6−8 January) will showcase the best of British menswear design, with catwalk shows, presentations, the Designer Showrooms, and events organised throughout the week.
London Fashion Week(London, UK, 16−20 February) is a clothing trade show that takes place in London twice a year, in February and September. Showcasing over 250 designers to a global audience of influential media and retailers, it is one of the «Big Four» fashion weeks, along with the New York, Milan and Paris
London Fashion Week Festival (London, UK, 22−25 February) is the only event that gives unparalleled access to the industry to experience the best of British and international fashion including a showcase of designer and trend catwalks shows, designer shopping and industry talks.
Fashion Scout (London, UK, 15−20 February) is now in its 19th season. A short walk from the official London Fashion Week venue, it showcases top British emerging and recently graduated talent and has helped launch labels such as Peter Pilotto, Felder Felder and Pam Hogg. The event includes runways shows, exhibitions and showrooms that features both local and international designers.
On/Off (London, UK, 15−20 February) is an independent platform that showcases contemporary and avant-garde creative talent that takes place in the Vinyl Factory on Marshall Street in SoHo. The event includes runway shows, exhibitions and installations. They have been home to designers like Gareth Pugh, Roksanda Illinic and J. W. Anderson. The show is also known as a technological leader in London for their breakthrough work such as creating a virtual fashion week in the virtual world on Second Life.
Scoop (London, UK, 28−30 January) is a womenswear and accessories trade show that takes twice a year at the Saatchi Gallery. The show features emerging designers, international talent and progressive design. Brands are sectioned into galleries that create an intimate space for press and buyers to walk. This season, they collaborated with London Fashion Week to provide easy access and transportation to the venue for guests.
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