15 February 2016
Moda Woman has confirmed a host of new labels making their debut at the UK’s national trade fashion event. With just days left before Moda Woman returns to the NEC, the exhibition has bolstered its line-up with a selection of brands previously unseen at the show.
Arriving at Moda White, Mimpikita (pictured) is a ready-to-wear collection which launched on the catwalks of London Fashion Week last autumn. Focusing on the modern interpretation of embellished fabrics, the collection is cosmopolitan but functional, and has been tipped as one to watch to by industry insiders.
Targeting the luxury casualwear customer meanwhile, Stefanel will make its Moda Woman debut as part of the Love Brands portfolio. The Italian heritage knitwear brand arrives from Treviso, Italy with a range of quality knitwear in young, sporty styles, and will look to connect with premium independents to complement its own four standalone stores in London.
Moda Woman will also welcome a range of new accessories brands including Butterfly Jewellery and Last True Angel – a contemporary selection of delicate jewellery juxtaposed with statement pieces for an intriguing and contemporary collection.
Other brands making their Moda Woman debut this time around include directional New York label Samuel Dong, Jessica Graaf’s diffusion line Anya, Dutch leather specialist Rino & Pelle and Swedish outerwear label Didriksons, Bolla Bags, Evalinka and Loft.