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Hampshire bridal boutique Sass & Grace opened its doors in December, stocking gowns from Amanda Wyatt, Annasul Y, Cymbeline, Ellis and Jasmine Couture. We found out how owner, Sam Walsh, is getting on two months on.
Bridesmaid brand Maids to Measure has received investment from Dragon’s Den entrepreneur Touker Suleyman.
Last month Bridal Buyer carried a story concerning possible changes to the Sunday Trading regime. The essence of the piece was that the government announced a consultation in the 2015 summer budget and that following intense lobbying from the SNP, shop worker’s unions and a number of devout Christian MP’s the proposed changes to the legislation had been suspended.
The price of clothing continued to drop in January with deflation remaining at 6.4 per cent for the second month in a row.
In the lead up to making his debut at White Gallery, we spoke to South African-born fashion designer Kobus Dippenaar about what buyers can expect from Anna Georgina this May.
Wedding magazine will print its final edition next month, with the consumer title set to continue as a digital only entity.
Flooding, falling prices and slipping footfall all played a part in turning growth into decline for small shops across Britain at the end of last year.
The outlook for retail labour market remains uncertain, with the number of full-time jobs falling by 0.2 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2015.
Retailers’ expectations were exceeded with regards to predicted sales growth in the year to January, with revenues well above average for the time of year.
White Gallery exhibitors have been warned against a bogus company trying to sell accommodation during the exhibition this May.
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London-based dress label Body Frock is moving into the bridal market with dresses that help to sculpt and refine a woman’s silhouette.
Stephanie Allin will once again come to Battersea this season to showcase her latest collection at White Gallery London. We spoke to the designer to find out what buyers can expect from the label.
Footwear firm Paradox London has teamed up with US couture brand Judith Leiber to launch a new label JL by Judith Leiber.
Bridal Buyer Awards finalist Debbie Carlisle has unveiled a brand new collection of vintage bohemian bridal hair accessories available for stockists to order now.
There is a new name on the block coming from bridal brand house Romantica of Devon.
Perfect for brides looking to save some serious pounds but still come away with the dress of their dreams, Victoria Kay’s new lower-priced line offers the ultimate bargain.