Emerging brands and well-known labels commit to Moda Woman

18 Nov 2014

Fusing together the best of British and International emerging brands and well-known labels, Moda Woman will offer to visitors this season a dynamic mix of contemporary and mainstream brands. Recognised as one of the country’s leading fashion trade shows, Moda provides the ideal platform for brands to showcase collections to prospective buyers, independents, department stores and etailers.

Show veterans returning to Moda this season include Marble, Paradiso Couture, Mon Cheri and Michaela Louise, their allegiance to the show affirms Moda as one of the UK's premier buying events for the womenswear sector and confirms the exhibitions status on the trade show circuit.

Sitting alongside these show favourites the show will also welcome newcomer Ewa I Walla a Swedish womenswear brand to the contemporary and fashion forward area Moda White. Founded in 2002 and retailed in 18 countries across Europe, Ewa I Walla designs intertwine old Swedish culture, haute couture and romance.

Ewa I Walla’s commitment to the show demonstrates Moda’s allure to international brands, expanding upon a distinguished portfolio consisting of Marie Mero from Belgium, Rino & Pelle from the Netherlands, Christa Probst and Faber from Germany and Alice & Barnabe by Enjoy Paris from France, to name a few.

The exhibition will also present a stand our area for Moda White, a dedicated space recognising the latest in contemporary fashion showcasing brands such as James Lakeland, Swish, Bernstein, Louise Ross and Paola. This season White will expand its repertoire to include a host of contemporary accessories labels.

Moda Noir is also preparing to showcase the best of evening and occasionwear. The third installment of Noir will feature brands Mascara Pour La Femme and L'Atelier from Frank Saul and the return of Antonio D’Errico along with award winning bridal and bridesmaid specialist Dress Code. Strengthening the elite line-up is Maria Coca by Isabel Campos, considered by insiders the ‘Queen of Spanish occasion wear', styling known for its’ distinctive Spanish flare.

Other names descending on Moda Woman in February include Adini, a classic boutique womenswear brand originating from Delhi where collections draw on inspiration from the colours, culture and brightness of its Indian heritage. Gloucestershire based company Lily & Me who design in-house and focus on signature prints, stunning shaping and quirky detailing will be in attendance to present their collection for ‘real women leading real lives’.

Joining the roster are popular brands Alchemy, Beau Moda, Braintree, Ella Moda and N & Willow. Sarah Moody, event director for Moda Woman said of the upcoming show:” It’s encouraging to see so many brands return to Moda season on season alongside new and emerging labels. I’m particularly thrilled to see the international presence continue to grow ensuing a well-rounded and exciting product offering is available to visitors.”

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