Moda Fashion exhibition will return to NEC Birmingham from 15-17 February 2015, showcasing the latest in menswear fashion. Moda Gent offers a menu to satisfy the most diverse palette with a line-up featuring UK heavyweights, major international names and retail favourites.
The menswear trade show caters to the full spectrum of men’s apparel with over 200 brands attending each season covering men’s casual, lifestyle and formal clothing, underwear and accessories, it is a well-established hub amongst buyers and popular with those seeking inspiration and new product.
New this season, Moda Gent welcomes iconic brand Timberland, synonymous with heritage and authentic style with a reputation for superior craftsmanship and quality. As a household name Timberland’s magnetism towards the exhibition reinforces Moda’s status as the UK’s national menswear show.
The business to business fashion event will see an influx of European lifestyle brands including Camel Active, Meyer-hosen, Olymp and Ateiler Torino. A strong international presence at Moda Gent fashion exhibition ensures a dynamic and contemporary mix of labels are showcased offering visitors a diverse selection of the latest designs and inspiration for A/W15.
Homegrown labels returning to Moda include Bladen, where traditional craftsmanship, meticulous attention to detail, fine fabrics and unique designs culminate in ranges suitable for a discerning clientele. Joining the ranks of best of British is Gibson, a contemporary menswear label where style is centred around city elegance with the clever use of soft tailoring in tweeds, cottons and other hand-selected natural fabrics. Hawick Knitwear join the roster to exhibit its collection comprising of knitwear made and hand finished in Scotland.
Joining the line-up in February are leading brands Vedoneire, Magee, Gabicci, Viyella and Gurteen, the forceful collective cements Moda as the must see menswear exhibition on the trade show circuit.
Stand out area, Select, will yet again offer a unique blend of men's urban clothing and footwear brands, featuring collections from Peregrine and 1 Like No Other it is the perfect place to see original, exciting and innovative product and to pick up quirky niche labels.
Moda Gent is home to the biggest names in menswear and with add-on products including intimate apparel, belts, ties, hats and bags represented across the show, there is something to inspire every menswear retailer.
Jamie Harden, event director for Moda Gent said of the upcoming show:” After the success of the redraw in August and the addition of the new brands alongside new initiatives this season, I am thoroughly looking forward to the next edition of Moda Gent, which is set to be our best event to date.”