We are currently busy working on the UK’s most dynamic fashion and footwear exhibitions, Pure London. The show takes place 14th -16th February at Olympia London. Powerful decision-making buyers will come from across the world to shop from over 700 brands across eight show sectors.
Visitors will be able to experience a remastered Pure named ‘Pureism’, featuring artwork from Rudolf Humm. Pure have the vision to inform, inspire and influence the global fashion market all year round. We have been assisting Pure by delivering their brand message through effective communication. Onsite we will be managing the press office ensuring the press attending are informed and inspired.
The show has secured a compelling line-up of over 20 speakers, a display of artwork by Rudolf Humm, the launch of a Retail Solutions section and of course the introduction of Menswear.
Representatives from House of Fraser, Marks & Spencer, River Island, F&F, Museum of London and The Fashion & Textile Museum have been added to the exciting seminar programme alongside award-winning industry figures. Fashion Bloggers Fashionista Barbie and The Very Simon G will provide a keynote seminar on Sunday 14, providing content tips to create captivating fashion blogs. Along with fashion blogger, Chouquette, all three have been contracted for Pure London’s blog; PureTalk, providing insight blogger knowledge on menswear, premium and trade within the industry, up until the show.
The all-new menswear section in February forms part of a progressive plan to re-edit and refresh the show, enhancing its bold, new-look interior while offering buyers and retailers a one-stop Central London destination to source both men’s and womenswear collections under one roof.
We are excited to be working with such a prestigious event which is set to open its doors this Sunday. February 14th – Tuesday 16th Opening times: 9am-9am Sunday and Monday, 9am-4pm Tuesday. To register to attend click here
The Clothes Show in association with ALCATEL ONETOUCH returned to the NEC Birmingham from 4-8 December 2015. In line with significant investment to revamp and refuel the long-established event, The Clothes Show boasted a new and improved layout with fresh, innovative features and show dressing that enhanced and enriched the shopping, catwalk and seminar experiences.
With over 350 leading fashion and beauty brands, non-stop catwalk shows, makeovers, manicures, beauty demonstrations and style advice, 2015 offered an all-new fashion experience. Visitors were treated to appearances from Rick Edwards, Gemma Cariney, Alice Levine, Jamie Laing, Andy Jordan, Joey Essex, Binky Felstead, Sprinkle of Glitter, Carol Wright, plus performances from music acts including Ella Eyre, Charli XCX, Rae Morris, 4th Impact, and Josh Daniel.
Good Results were onsite to run the press office, The Clothes Show social media platforms and managed the talent thought-out the 5 days. Over 300 journalists and bloggers attended the show, covering the UK’s biggest fashion festival of the year. The event was a huge success with great feedback from visitors, the press and exhibitors.
This Wednesday, our SS16 Press Day took place in the art-deco inspired Billiard Room, in The Sanderson hotel.
With an early morning start, it was coffees all round as the GR team transformed the space into a pop-up showroom , ready for the doors opening to press at 9.30am.
Guests were welcomed by the beautiful blooms of Wildabout, taking centre stage, and the scents of Capri Blue and Found Goods Market candles filling the room.
The Little Mistress Group gave press a sneak preview of January/February and March collections, with their shoe collection cascading down the staircase, along with the Chloe Lewis Christmas Edit on show.
Playful Promises captured the attention of press with their all-new clothing line (in particular, a very lust-worth embroidered velvet jacket!), and Wolf & Whistle had everyone thinking of holiday wardrobes with their new swimwear and main line SS16 collection.
Becksondergaard’s SS16 collection did not disappoint with Instagram-worthy prints and patterns galore, and the hand-drawn prints from Sugarhill Boutique were equally as popular.
5pm means cocktail time at a GR Press Day – cue the lychee martinis!
We closed the doors at 7pm and as if by magic, the Billiard Room was back to its usual setting by 8pm.