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White Gallery London will once again welcome two of the most important names in British bridal after Ian Stuart and Alan Hannah confirmed they will both return to the prestigious show.
Footwear label Charlotte Mills is plotting international expansion next year after a successful launch into the UK bridal market.
Some of the industry’s biggest names have joined the ever-growing line-up for The London Bridal Show next year.
Award-winning shoe designer Freya Rose, continues to dazzle her fans with her adventurous, and often exotic, styling. Fancy a walk on the wild side? Your trend-aware customers will!
Some ideas are so simple, and so effective, you just want to applaud. And that’s what’s brides will be doing if they invest in a Rainaway Bride – they’ll be singing in the rain and care not about wind, puddles, mud, soggy pavements and damp grass!
The Fashion & Textile Children’s Trust is holding a silent auction at the Drapers Awards this year - now’s your time to bag a fabulous prize
Former Burberry manager Sian Smylie has launched a new bridal shop stocking a selection of top labels.
One thing is for certain; wedding dress trends have changed greatly over the last century.
The Future High Street Summit has joined forced with the Association of Town and City Management (ATCM) for its next event, which it hopes will generate further ideas for creating a more prosperous future for the high street.
Newly launched Brooklyn-based fashion house Lakum could prove a winner for retailers looking for something unique.
Another two of the biggest British designers, Sassi Holford and Stephanie Allin, have this week confirmed they will show at White Gallery London next year.
Knowing all you can about your suppliers is key to being the best retailer you can be. Finding out what is coming up from the brands you stock, what their specialist features are and how responsive they can be will aid you to make the right buying decisions.
Inspired by vintage Hollywood glamour, the new Caroline Atelier collection will have brides swooning.
The continued fall in retail rental values is now coming to an end with rents across the UK starting to stabilise and rise.