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Picking something for the bridesmaids is easy-peasy. But finding something for the chaps in the wedding party is much tougher. That’s why this new concept will, we believe, go down a treat
Debbie Carlisle is best known for her eponymous luxury vintage jewellery bouquet company. Her new Adagio bridal jewellery collection will be available to a wider network of retailers
Ellis Bridals, not content with being an award-winning brand and one of the longest-established in the industry, has launched into the retail sector…and is doing it big time. The latest issue of Bridal Buyer has the story covered in detail
Check out what the Awards judges are looking for. Pick out latest brightest bridesmaids dresses. Look at what other retailers are up to. Find out what Apple has in store for you. Curl up with a good look - It's all in the new Bridal Buyer. Click here if you want it digitally.
Okay, so where do you stand legally when a brand you stock wants you to pay pro-forma? We asked our legal eagle Raj Dhokia to answer a retailer’s question
Susi Rogol and the team at Bridal Buyer welcome Ciara aboard as she takes over the editorship of the UK’s longest-standing and most successful industry B2B title
If you are looking to spoil yourself, will be in London of 5 December, and have a freedom-to-spend on your credit card, head for Bond Street, and bid for a sparkling bit of history
The Italian design house Eddy K, a hugely popular label in the UK, is delighted to announce that Mike Perry has returned to the fold and will once again be representing the company’s portfolio on our shores
The show market has seen more change than virtually any other sector in bridal, as designers step out with new and different ideas or, like Freya Rose, by extending the offering to attract an addition audience.
It’s not just newlyweds that get to jet off into the sunshine. The tables were recently turned on retailer Pure Bridal, when founder Anna Hare earned herself a luxury Caribbean holiday courtesy of Rainbow Club
Heirlooms Ever After has launched a new vintage-style collection of wax flower bridal accessories, inspired by Queen Victoria and designed and made in the heart of the Derbyshire Dales. Shown for the first time at the Autumn National Wedding Shows, this is a line tipped for success
Okay, so you know your business, understand trends, can recognise a best-seller at 50 paces, and know instinctively what silhouette will suit any particular bride. So could you design a dream dress that could be an unrivalled success? Now’s your chance to find out
US label Ivoire, A hot favourite among the celeb beauty queens, is heading for the UK, where doubtless the red carpet will be rolled out in welcome
Already representing two winning designer collections from California, Stephanie James Couture and Cocoe Voci, Ruth Larkin of Lark Bridal has now added Caroline Atelier to her portfolio
The Best Student Designer category in the Bridal Buyer Awards attracts entries from dozens and dozens of colleges across the country. In the 2014 Awards programme there is an added bonus