5-7 August 2018, NEC Birmingham

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This season's definitive womenswear show

This season's definitive womenswear show

Bringing together the most sought-after UK and international fashion brands, Moda Woman is established as one of the UK's premier trade fashion events. 

With dedicated areas for contemporary womenswear, trend-led fashion,evening and occasionwear, and inspiring athleisure, Moda makes finding your next big collection as straightforward as possible. Offering both the comprehensive choice of being the UK's largest fashin event, and the intimate buying environment of individual buying areas, Moda has every element covered when it comes to your new season buying. 

Clean lines, contemporary fashion

Moda White’s clean style provides a dedicated space showcasing the latest in contemporary fashion labels and directional brands. Moda White makes it easier than ever to discover the latest directional designs from the UK's biggest brands and key international names. Its evolution is in recognition of visitor demand and sees Moda transpiring as the UK's leading contemporary womenswear show.

Moda Noir has become the buyers' destination for evening and occasion attire. Bringing together the industry's leading labels for mother-of-the-bride, prom and occasionwear, the stand out area within Moda Woman offers a unique platform to showcase new season styles and provide an essential sourcing ground of style and sophistication.

Clean lines, contemporary fashion

I am a committed Moda fan and have visited for the full three days of Moda since it started. It’s far easier to see well-displayed, complete ranges at the show rather than at other locations or within the store where there are inevitably distractions. We buy approximately 75 per cent of our stock at Moda.

Elspeth Livingston, proprietor, Sonia of Beamaris, Anglesey

I thought that Moda had improved greatly since I visited last. I placed orders with womenswear and accessories brands, one of which I had never seen before. I thought the overall layout of the show was good with nice, bright stands and my husband attended various seminars, which he found interesting.

Margarie Holland, director, Glad Rags, Bagenalstown, Co. Carlow, Ireland


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