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ith just a few weeks until the uk’s largest fashion trade exhibition opens its doors, we’re busy preparing an unbeatable show for you, packed with never before seen labels, brand new features and unlimited inspirational ideas. is August you’ll find an abundance of new names as well as the hottest new collections from big name brands across every hall, while contemporary areas Moda White and Select host some of the most covetable labels to be found across the womenswear, menswear and footwear sectors. Moda lingerie & Swimwear sees the debut of Moda boutique showcasing directional and designer collections, while in Moda Accessories, Adorned at Moda returns following its successful launch in february with a selection of fun, fresh and innovative product. We know that succeeding in retail is about more than just the brands you stock and we appreciate time away from your business is precious, so we want to make sure you get as much as possible from your visit to Moda. It has never been so important to stay on top of your game, which is why we’re bringing you more than 20 seminar sessions led by industry experts discussing key topics that matter to you. is August, be part of the Moda big live debates for menswear and womenswear, taking place across two live stages. plus, launching this season the Moda big live lingerie debate taking place in the expanded lingerie & Swimwear retail eatre. don’t miss your chance to join leading retailers, journalists, industry commentators and research experts discussing key issues affecting every aspect of fashion retail. not only will you be armed with the knowledge to make your business a success in 2014 and beyond, but you’ll also have access to the hottest trends of the season as Moda’s live catwalk shows return, offering you insight into the key looks for 2014. e hall 20 catwalk will return with live catwalk shows dedicated to footwear & accessories, men’s tailoring & lifestyle clothing and urban & contemporary unisex fashion, while hall 17 will host fashion, lingerie & swimwear and evening & occasionwear catwalk shows. Your entry badge to Moda also gives you access to flIp, the uk show dedicated to urban, street, denim and lifestyle brands for men and women. here you’ll find some of the freshest talent available, with many of the brands never seen before at the show. last, but most definitely not least, Moda will be celebrating the new season with two Monday night events. enjoy a beer and barbeque in the relaxed environment of the beeches or a three-course meal in the beautiful surroundings of hampton Manor. for details on how to purchase tickets turn to page 7. With so much going on both in and around the show, make sure you start planning your trip with the Moda App, available to download via your app store or moda-uk.co.uk. We hope you enjoy the magazine and look forward to welcoming you to the show. e Moda team

 04// MeeT.ConneCT.InSpIre We highlight some of the key seminars taking place at this season’s show 07// WhAT’S on AT ModA Your guide to August’s event 8// neW fACeS e lowdown on the hottest new names 10// ModA WoMAn brAndS To WATCh WWb editor Isabella Griffiths picks her key brands at the show 12// ModA WoMAn A sneak peek at some of the womenswear brands this August 13// ModA WhITe Must-see contemporary womenswear labels 15// TIMeleSS eleGAnCe evening & occasionwear brands hit the catwalk 18//nexT SeASon’S hoTTeST lookS unveIled Stylesight presents exclusive predictions for s/s 14 trends 20//Anne horTon InTervIeW exclusive interview with the director of Tonik retail 23// ModA ACCeSSorIeS brAndS To WATCh editor Christina Williams highlights her brands to watch at the show 24// ModA ACCeSSorIeS A look at some of the accessory labels showing this season 28//ModA lInGerIe & SWIMWeAr highlights of the brands to look out for this season

33// InSIGhT – The uk lInGerIe InduSTrY exclusive insights on the uk lingerie market from verdict 34//WhAT’S on AT ModA lInGerIe & SWIMWeAr highlights from this season’s show 35// The bIG lIve lInGerIe debATe don’t miss the industry event of the season 36// ModA fooTWeAr brAndS To WATCh editor Christina Williams picks her highlights from the show 38// reTAIler InTervIeW We chat to Jake bland from Jake Shoes about s/s 14 40// ModA fooTWeAr brAndS To WATCh A sneak peek at some of the footwear brands showing this season 45//ModA fooTWeAr kIdS’ brAndS To WATCh CWb editor laura Turner picks her key brands from the show 46// SeleCT e best in urban and contemporary footwear and menswear brands 48// ModA GenT brAndS To WATCh MWb editor victoria Jackson highlights her key brands at the show 50// ModA GenT e menswear brands to look out for in Moda Gent 54// flIp e lowdown on the freshest brands this season 56// exhIbITor lISTInG full listing by sector

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Zero moment of truth Sunday 11 August, 11.00, Lingerie & Swimwear Retail eatre, Hall 17 and 14.15, Hall 20 Martin o’Toole, commercial director, Coolpink digital

10 steps to visual retail success Sunday 11 August, 12.00, Hall 20 and 15.00, Lingerie & Swimwear Retail eatre, Hall 17 eve reid, director & founder, Metamorphosis Group

Today, brands aren't behind their competitors or indeed technology; they're behind their consumers. Martin o'Toole will talk about the marketing model of today and the effect it is having on brands. he'll discuss changes in consumer behaviour and a need for brands to rapidly adapt in order to stay ahead.

In today’s retail environment making a good first impression has never been so important. discover the secret to maximising your sales through the art of visual merchandising in this dynamic and inspirational seminar.

The new direction for womenswear s/s 14 Sunday 11 August, 14.15, Hall 17 Sandrine Maggiani, trend specialist, Stylesight Get an exclusive insight into next season’s hottest trends, exploring the colour palettes, styles, shapes and materials that are set to be big in s/s 14.

Brave new worlds Sunday 11 August, 16.45, Hall 17 James lakeland, designer, James lakeland designer and retailer James lakeland gives a fashion insider’s view on how a new approach to retail can secure the position of the independent in today’s fast changing retail landscape.

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RETAIL SURGERIES – BESPOKE ADVICE FOR YOU If you have a specific business issue that’s troubling you, we can help. our retail Surgeries headed up by ierry bayle, managing director of Global fashion Management, give you the opportunity to speak about the issues or concerns that matter to you and your business on a one-to-one basis. e surgeries are open to all retailers and take place in the lingerie & Swimwear retail eatre. Turn to page 35 for more details on specific time slots.

Are you an intimate apparel retailer? en don’t miss dedicated talks and presentations specific to lingerie and swimwear. Turn to page 35 for more details.

How to increase your sales by up to 40% Sunday 11 August, 17.00, Lingerie & Swimwear Retail eatre, Hall 17 dennis reid, chairman, retail performance Specialists With the acceleration of multichannel retailing it has become even more important to focus on the customer experience. In this seminar dennis will highlight what some of the most successful intimate apparel retailers are doing to succeed, and how you can apply this best practice to your business to help you increase your sales.

Getting your business online Monday 12 August, 12.15, Hall 17 and 15.00, Hall 20 Warren knight, Ceo, Gloople is seminar is a mustattend for anyone thinking of opening an online store or looking to improve online sales. Warren knight shares his top tips for showcasing your product in the best light, synchronising your online store with your bricks and mortar, engaging your customers and ultimately increasing sales.

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— INDEPENDENT TOGETHER Monday 12 August, 10.45, hall 17 Chair: Isabella Griffiths, editor, WWB magazine e best retailers are now getting more than just product from their key suppliers. Join some of the uk’s leading womenswear indies to find out how new partnerships are reshaping the relationships between buyers and brands.

Consultants: How best to invest Monday 12 August, 15.00, Hall 17 Anne horton, director, Tonik retail former Md of hoopers, Anne horton, shares her wealth of knowledge from an impressive career in retail, giving her top tips for how investing in a consultant could be a wise move in today’s climate and how to turn that investment into profit.

— THE BIG LIVE LINGERIE DEBATE — INDEPENDENT FUTURES

Monday 12 August, hall 17 12.30, Lingerie & Swimwear Retail eatre Panellists include: Honor Westnedge, senior retail analyst, Verdict and Sue Herrick, product and brand director, Figleaves

Monday 12 August, 12.00, hall 20 Chair: Nick Cook, commercial director, MWB magazine e place of the independent in a new retail landscape is the hottest topic in the sector. Join leading retailers and industry experts at this unmissable debate, and find out how the best menswear indies are changing the way they do business to secure their place on tomorrow’s high street.

Succeeding in the digital decade Tuesday 13 August, 11.00, Hall 20 Andrew McClelland, chief operations & policy officer, IMrG learn how to embrace the new digital age. retail is evolving faster than ever and this seminar will identify the challenges and opportunities of an increasing digital society and the effect it has on consumer buying habits.

Email marketing on a budget Tuesday 13 August, 11.00, Hall 17 and 13.00, Hall 20 nick evans, technical director, extra Mile Communications boost your business’ profit and profile through email marketing, with nick’s guide to communicating to a range of different customers, whilst keeping costs low and making each email count.

Join our panel of retailers, e-tailers, journalists and research experts as they debate the current retail landscape, key trends, where they see the independent fashion retail market heading and much more. for more details go to page 35.

Boost your store’s profit Tuesday 13 August, 12.30, Lingerie & Swimwear Retail eatre, Hall 17 Tony Scott, founder, restore the high Street

Maximising your emails: strategies to make your customers buy Tuesday 13 August, 13.00, Hall 17 James Steiger, business development manager, emailcenter

e key to success in retail is to de-risk your business and unlock your profit potential. is seminar will teach you how to get your store back on track, as Tony offers top tips to help you reduce your overheads to free up cash.

ere are few marketing channels that can drive sales via your website like email marketing. is seminar will teach you four simple yet essential techniques that will help build stronger relationships with your customers and increase your online sales.

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pomodoro SPRING 2014

Moda UK NEC, Birmingham Stand I15 Pomodoro Clothing Company Ltd Pomodoro House St Leonard's Road London NW10 6ST Tel: +44 20 8961 4000 Fax: +44 20 8963 1485 Email: info@pomodoroclothing.com www.pomodoroclothing.com


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Make sure to pass by the fAb plaza in Moda Accessories and chat to the fAb team stationed close by on stand r51. find out how membership of fAb, a division of bIrA, can benefit your business.

Moda lingerie & Swimwear is sponsored by InvISTA, owner of the xTrA lIfe lYCrA® fibre brand. e InvISTA team will once again be on-hand to answer your questions and demonstrate the benefits of the xTrA lIfe lYCrA® fibre for swimwear, as well as the portfolio of other lYCrA® fibre products for lingerie and legwear. find them on stand e8.

Hall 17 Sunday 11 August

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  e Moda App is a great way to keep up-to-date and get the latest news from the show once you are there. find all the brands you want to see and specific information you need right at your fingertips. download from your app store or via moda-uk.co.uk.

Looking for something a little bit different? en don’t miss Adorned at Moda, where you can find niche and quirky accessory labels. discover the best contemporary womenswear labels in Moda White, directional footwear and menswear labels in Select and the hottest designer lingerie and swimwear labels in Moda boutique.

Be at the pulse of what’s on trend for the new season with Moda’s dedicated catwalk shows, highlighting the key looks from across the halls. Returning to Hall 20 will be the dedicated urban & contemporary, men’s lifestyle & tailoring and footwear & accessories catwalk shows, while Hall 17 will showcase the best looks across fashion, evening & occasionwear and lingerie & swimwear.

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lingerie & swimwear catwalk fashion catwalk lingerie & swimwear catwalk fashion catwalk evening & occasionwear catwalk lingerie & swimwear catwalk fashion catwalk & drinks

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lingerie & swimwear catwalk fashion catwalk evening & occasionwear catwalk lingerie & swimwear catwalk fashion catwalk lingerie & swimwear catwalk

tuesday 13 August 10.00 12.00 13.45 14.30

lingerie & swimwear catwalk fashion catwalk evening & occasionwear catwalk lingerie & swimwear catwalk

Hall 20 sunday 11 August

Beeches and Hampton Manor parties link up with your peers and join us at either one of two Monday night events this season – choose from either fine dining at hampton Manor or a barbecue at the beeches. Beeches: £20pp contact lydia@moda-uk.co.uk. Hampton manor (includes drinks reception, three-course meal and half a bottle of wine): £40pp contact caroline@moda-uk.co.uk or call 01484 846069.

Join the online community e Moda Community is open to all visitors and allows you to keep in touch with exhibitors, find out about new launches, discuss in-season orders and much more. login details are sent to all visitors when they register for the show. problems logging in? email marketing@moda-uk.co.uk

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urban & contemporary catwalk Men’s tailoring & lifestyle catwalk footwear & accessories catwalk urban & contemporary catwalk Men’s tailoring & lifestyle catwalk footwear & accessories catwalk urban & contemporary catwalk & drinks

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Men’s tailoring & lifestyle catwalk footwear & accessories catwalk urban & contemporary catwalk Men’s tailoring & lifestyle catwalk footwear & accessories catwalk urban & contemporary catwalk

tuesday 13 August 10.00 urban & contemporary catwalk 12.00 Men’s tailoring & lifestyle catwalk 13.45 footwear & accessories catwalk


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e August edition of Moda promises to be the most exciting event to date, with a host of names taking part in the show for the first time. Moda speaks to the key individuals with some of the hottest labels to see what’s in store for spring/summer 2014.

 showing at moda Footwear stand X4 “Fors/s14wehaveextendedourwellyrangewithnewshapesanddetails,aswellassummerheritage printsandboldbrights.KeyitemsinourfootwearrangeincludeLittleJoule,forchildrenaged3-12years. ewaterproofshoe,Poolers,allowslittleonestopaddleandsplashinstyle.ewomen’s Larkdalewellyhasbeenupdatedforthenewseasonwithaprintedcanvaspanel,while theMollyandKelliewelliesoffertheluxuryandstyleofaJouleswellyinareduced calfheight,inbothprintedandglossoptions,tosuitavarietyofcustomertastes.” Tom Joule, founder and Ceo, Joules.

Lowdown: Joules is a family run british lifestyle brand offering quality clothing and footwear for the whole family, bursting with colour and a british sense of humour.

Lowdown: Created in 2011, portuguese label effusive is sold across europe including portugal, Spain, france and Italy.

 showing at moda white stand g51 “isseasonwehavecontinued tofocusonourkeypiecesoftops anddressesaswellasintroducingnewjersey jackets.Effusiveisconstantlyinnovating, andouraimistoofferamodernandfresh collectionalongsideoursisterlabel Lovejunkieforwomenaged25-50.Fors/s14 therangetakesinspirationfromtheAmazon rainforestandfeaturesgiantflowersand plantsacrossourdresses,topsandT-shirts inabrightcolourpaletteofpink,coral,red, fuchsia,blue,turquoiseandbeige.For summerwehavechosenlight,easy-to-wear fabricssuchassatin,cottonandjersey.” francisco rosas, designer, effusive.


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 showing at moda gent stand md12 “I am very excited to be participating in a UK trade show and to have the opportunity to showcase our underwear range and selected Gant accessories to a wider audience. e new s/s 14 collection is Lowdown: Gant is a colourful, full of newness and lifestyle brand, with an fresh. Key items in our American sportswear heritage, accessories collection include offering modern high-quality socks, wallets, bags and casualwear with a european hats, all of which would touch. e Gant offer continues complement any outfit.” to be influenced by its peter Jenkins, commercial American east-coast heritage, director, Gant. dating back to the launch of the brand in 1949.

 showing at Adorned at moda stand 2d “Moda will be our first trade show and I am very excited to be exhibiting our collection, which will be completely new to market. e debut range comprises seven products across bags and purses in three highly commercial colours. ere are five handbags and two purses in the range, each of which offers something a little different to appeal to every woman. Each bag also features a detachable mobile phone pocket and vanity mirror. Our products are designed for women who want luxury and individuality at an affordable price. We use the highest-quality materials, combining the soest washed leather with raw edging and hand-tied bow detail, which give Lowdown: our products a unique feminine feel.” handbag label larah england is Sarah bundy, commercial director, proud of its homegrown roots, larah england. with its styles built around a distinctive british theme. All the bags in the collection have an english heritage aernoon tea design. e interiors of the accessories have a printed teapot lining, and each style in the range is named aer an english stately home.

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Lowdown: Aqua blu pty ltd was founded in 1996 in Sydney, Australia, where it quickly became one of Australia’s leading swimwear producers, offering swimsuits for women and children. Alongside the Aqua blu Swimwear – Australia brand, the company owns three other fashion swimwear labels: heaven Swimwear – Australia, Cupid Girl and Wave rat.


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WWb editor Isabella Griffiths, looks ahead to the brands to watch out for at this season’s Moda Woman.

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BRAINTREE CLOTHING exclusive prints are the signature of Moda newcomer braintree Clothing, which can be found across key styles such as bamboo jersey dresses, tunics and tees. for s/s 14 the brand has adopted a relaxed and casual attitude with elements of luxe boho and laid-back weekendwear.

SARAH LAWRENCE Greek brand Sarah lawrence is launching to the uk at Moda. e range is pitched at the mid-market and offers relaxed dressing either for leisure or work. e collection comprises a full selection of separates, including dresses, tops, trousers, jackets, coats and skirts, as well as a denim line.

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LINEA RAFFAELLI evening and occasionwear brand linea raffaelli is returning to Moda aer an absence, offering another sophisticated collection of elegant styles. A more understated look is evident in this season’s range with chic shi dresses sitting alongside occasionwear dresses and co-ordinating jackets.

SAHARA effortless summer looks come from Moda regular Sahara. e brand offers a blend of natural fabrics and a harmonious colour scheme of neutrals as well as understated monochromes, while silhouettes are loose and defined by a play on volumes.

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PAOLA COLLECTION polish label paola Collection is making its first appearance at Moda, presenting a range of so eventwear. e label, which was established in 1989, aims to transcend age demographics, with a focus on dresses and jackets key. e styling is contemporary with a hint of opulence and glamour, while key colours for s/s 14 include pinks, creams, neutrals and lime green.

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MARIE MÉRO new at Moda this season is belgian brand Marie Méro. e label offers a total look collection aimed at women who are looking for classic elegance and yet versatile styles that will take them from day to evening. S/s 14 is defined by a vibrant colour scheme and bold prints, with coral a dominating shade.

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occasionwear brand Carmen Melero is making its Moda debut, offering a range of chic and sophisticated dresses and co-ordinating bolero jackets made from high-quality fabrics. Influences from the 1940s and 1950s are evident and see the return of ¾ sleeves as well as interesting collar shapes and necklines.

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ROBERTO NALDI roberto naldi is returning to Moda with a vibrant collection full of prints and graphics. Silhouettes are flattering and feminine, with dresses among the stand-out pieces, while knitwear, blouses and tops also feature, offering a blend of sophistication and yet understated and relaxed chic.

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Muted metallics and rich creams dominate at Italian label latte this season, which returns to Moda White. While the main styling is that of understated chic, there is also a quirky vintage twist, adding a unique and exclusive touch to the collection. look out for structured jackets and light knits, which are among the highlights.

ELISA CAVALETTI Italian brand elisa Cavaletti is once again returning to Moda with a collection comprising dresses, blouses, knitwear and accessories. e brand is known for its unusual detailing and hand-sewn buttons, and offers modern and adaptable pieces that are perfect for layering.

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ADINI Adini returns to Moda Woman showcasing a co-ordinated collection of dresses, jackets, summer knitwear, tops and trousers in stunning prints and textured natural fabrics.

is season’s Moda Woman hosts one of its strongest lineups of lifestyle womenswear brands, with breton stripes, colour and texture key for s/s 14.

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GOUBI Goubi makes its Moda Woman debut this August with a simple yet classic collection of dresses, tops, skirts and shirts in natural materials such as cotton, linen and ramie. e label will also showcase its accessories range including hats, bags and scarves in a selection of prints.

NOMADS nomads returns to Moda Woman following a complete rebrand. e new signature look has a more commercial appeal whilst still maintaining the unique original prints and hand-craed details the label is known for. e s/s 14 collection has a 70s bohemian feel, featuring dresses, tunics and kaans in floral, tile print and patchwork designs, while key colourways include bright blues and rosy reds.

SEASALT Coastal lifestyle brand Seasalt takes inspiration for its s/s 14 womenswear collection from its home town of falmouth. e label maintains its classic breton stripes but in fresh, new Seasalt colours, while anchor embroidery, sketched boat patterns and fabrics such as chambray continue the heritage feel.

LA NATURELLE eco-friendly french label la naturelle returns to Moda with a casual collection of dresses, tops, trousers and skirts, all made using natural fabrics with minimal or no use of chemicals.


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EVA TRALALA French brand Eva Tralala returns to the show with its new season range comprising of dresses, jackets, shirts, trousers and skirts in a summery palette and clean silhouettes.

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LOVEJUNKIE Portuguese label Lovejunkie makes its debut in Moda White. e sister label of Effusive showcases its latest range of T-shirts and leggings in cosmic inspired graphic prints.

e most covetable names in contemporary womenswear will unveil their latest collections in dedicated area Moda White. RONEN CHEN Ronen Chen returns to Moda White with a strong s/s 14 collection of dresses, tunics, tops, trousers and skirts in vivid prints and bold designs. e label is renowned for its flattering cuts and easy-to-wear styles.

JAMES LAKELAND Returning to Moda White, James Lakeland showcases its spring/summer collection of glamorous yet wearable styles with a focus on detailing. Sharp silhouettes in quality fabrics form the basis for dresses, tunics and tops.

PAUSE CAFÉ Pause Café returns to Moda White with its s/s 14 collection of dresses and separates instantly recognisable with striking prints, eye-catching detail and original design.


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he August edition of Moda Woman will feature the largest selection of occasionwear and eveningwear collections to be found anywhere in the uk. With the leading names in the sector all under one roof, as well as a dedicated promwear area, Moda Woman is the only place you need to be to do your new season’s buying. key names showcasing their latest s/s 14 offering include irresistible, John Charles, genese Collection, mascara, Alexia designs, nati Jimenez, sonia peña and presen of Barcelona to name but a few.

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evening & occasionwear catwalk times: Sunday 11 August 15.00 Monday 12 August 13.00 Tuesday 13 August 13.45

don’t miss the evening & occasionwear catwalk shows, taking place every day throughout the three-day event. brands including Carla Ruiz, shefali Couture and dynasty will all take to the stage in hall 17 to present their key evening & occasionwear looks for s/s 14.

Fashion catwalk times: Sunday 11 August 11.15, 13.30, 18.00 Monday 12 August 11.30, 16.00 Tuesday 13 August 12.00

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KEY LOOKS: Elevatealoosesilhouettewith dramaticcostumejewellery/ Widesilkpalazzopantsare submergedinwatermark prints/Asymmetricalsilk columndressesfeature hipdetail/Ametallicropebelt threadsaroundthehipsfor addedeffect/Structured shoulderpadsprojectfrom sleevelesssotwilljackets/ Accessoriesreturntothepast withchainmailbags.

CREED e Look: designs explore the uncharted territory of the deep sea as shapes take on billowing new forms. We also explore a stripped-back, minimal approach that emulates a mystical undertone as clothes are bathed in moonlight white. Key s/s 13 inspiration: Gabriele Colangelo, Gucci, Sladjana pengic, Costume national, dale Chihuly.

KEY LOOKS: Crochetpatternsforaneclectic stance/Contrastfeminine dresseswithleathercowboy hats/Imbuevintagecharm withcorkplatformsand tobaccobags/Strong70s silhouettesarehighly discernibleintwo-pieces/ Waistcoatsarefittedand cropped,whilehigh-waisted bellbottomsareultralong/ Teamtheoutfitwithacanvas backpackandgirlyopen-toe flatforms.

REAL e Look: rummage through the archives of time and bring back 1970s bohemian aesthetics, as easy hippy looks combine with 1970s disco. Key s/s 13 inspiration: free people, Isabel Marant, Céline, Cutler and Gross.


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KEY LOOKS: Long-linedresses/Panelled blockingandaside-splitadd differentdimensions/Stretch satinpantssitunderneath longdresses/Symmetrical, organically-formedshapes pavethewayindetail/Look tosublimespirographartand embellishmaterialusingfine topstitching/Cocoon-shaped jewellery,inspiredbynature.

RATIONAL e Look: Geometry and symmetry come out to play to create ergonomic shapes by using pleats and folds. Silhouettes combine the aesthetics of nature and rigorous architectural forms to create optimum proportions. Key s/s 13 inspiration: david laport, Givenchy, Mark Goldenberg, Moran kranjec, heohwan Simulation.

KEY LOOKS: Shanksofyarndroopfromthe sleevestomimicmarabou feathers/Angoraknitwear addsfluffyfeatheredtextures/ Silksatinmidi-peplumskirts featureinteriorruchingto accentuateshape/Bagstake inspirationfrommacawsfor sumptuousexoticexcess/ Low-scooptiereddressesfall belowtheknee/Embroidery runsacrossthebottomof tieredskirts.

EDEN e Look: delve deep into luscious landscapes for an electrifying mix of vivacious colour and ravishing floral prints, intermixed with traditional Mexican aesthetics. Key s/s 13 inspiration: frida kahlo, Christian dior, Giambattista valli, erik parker, beatriz Milhazes.

Sandrine will host the seminar, “The new direction for womenswear s/s 14” at Moda on Sunday 11 August at 14.15, Hall 17.


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sahighlyinfluentialretail professionalwithmorethan 30years’experiencewithinthe fashionindustry,AnneHorton,director ofTonikRetail,helpsbusinessestoturn aroundtheirfortunesbyidentifyingpotential andmissedopportunities.Annewillbe offeringsomeinsightfultipsonhowto weatherthecurrenteconomicclimatewith herseminarConsultants:HowBesttoInvest, butbeforethen,wecaughtupwithherfora sneakpreviewofwhat’sinstore.

Anne will host the seminar, “Consultants: How best to invest” at Moda on Monday 12 August at 15.00, Hall 17.


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why is your seminar topic relevant to moda visitors?

Seeking specialist help when you know you are struggling is progress in itself. Ultimately any consideration for using a consultant must be what they may bring to the bottom line.

How did you get into retail? I started my career in retail at the age of 18, as a sales executive at harrods. I’ve held a number of roles in various sectors of the industry, from buying to managing capacities, with a number of big players including Aquascutum, dickins & Jones, Simpsons of piccadilly and most notably hoopers, the family owned department store, where I held the position of Md for several years and provided complete strategic direction and vision for the department store’s growth and development.

what do you currently consider to be the biggest challenge for independent retailers? e current recession is affecting all retailers, not just independents, and common issues are putting huge pressure on profitability, such as increasing costs of rent, interest rates, not to mention the challenge of getting footfall through your store rather than online, as well as the effect of out of town retail parks. It’s a different environment now to “the good old days”. historically, independents were in the main family businesses, many of them owning their freeholds. Subsequent generations have not necessarily wanted to go into the family business and few individuals can afford to purchase freeholds nowadays. I do feel our nation of shopkeepers has never had it so tough and I appreciate it’s not easy to keep a sense of optimism. but difficult times also offer opportunities, and it’s time to take the reins and grab them.

How can independents tackle these challenges? retailers should be constantly evaluating their business and looking at any situation, whatever it may be, and discovering ways to diversify and reinvent what they are doing. is may relate to anything affecting them from local parking, changes in product ranges, opening hours to cash flow and supply chains. Take the time to think about your customer and look at scenarios from their eyes. What do they want? What do they need? don’t dwell on what you have always done in the past. If something is not working for you, fix it – change your mindset and the way you operate.

Trading today is tough and independents face a number of challenges, from the difficult economy and the astronomical growth of online to a change in shopping habits. So many household names have ceased trading because they refused to see the writing on the wall, so seeking specialist help when you know you are struggling is progress in itself. ultimately any consideration for using a consultant must be what they may bring to the bottom line. It may be a particular skill, for example buying, hr or visual merchandising, or simply an unbiased, commercial view of your business. e aim of this seminar is to highlight to retailers that investing in a consultant could be a wise move in today’s climate and I will be discussing how best to turn that investment into profit.

what have been the biggest changes in the fashion industry that you have seen in your career? e impact of primark and supermarkets selling clothing has had a significant impact on the fashion industry recently, and smaller businesses are struggling to compete with the buying power of the big stores. e bigger chains and departments can offer lower prices and as a result consumers are getting into the buying habit of shopping around and have a constant expectation of discounts.

what is your main advice for independent fashion businesses operating in the current climate? It may sound obvious but try to look at the business with fresh eyes. We're all guilty of accepting what we see every day. Get involved. Independent retailers are rooted in the communities they operate in and canny businesses should exploit this as it gives them a competitive advantage over the big department stores. Independents need to be involved in as many aspects as possible, from local awards to petitions about parking. e love affair with the british high street does not need to end. retailers need to show consumers what they are missing out on through highlighting the key strengths independents have, such as exceptional customer service. Your loyal customers are great ambassadors and will spread the word far better than advertising, also exclusive and niche product which the big players can struggle to offer their customers. retailers should carefully look at their finances and not commit their total budget to forward-bought product as there are now more opportunities to buy in-season with short-order lines, which may also give a better average margin.

e love affair with the British high street does not need to end. Retailers need to show consumers what they are missing out on through highlighting the key strengths independents have.


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BIZINTI new to the industry as well as new to Adorned at Moda, bizinti launches into the uk this season with a diverse range of jewellery, handbags, beach bags and bikinis in transeasonal designs. discovered in South America and brought to the uk by distributor val kersey, the brand offers pieces handmade by local artisans from leather and glass components.

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ELIZA GRACIOUS Making a return to Adorned at Moda following its successful debut earlier this year, eliza Gracious takes a sophisticated new direction with the launch of its collection for 2014. leather and waxed cords, freshwater pearls and crystals are prevalent throughout the range, which spans the necklace, bracelet, ring and earring sectors.

Inspired by cocktail hour, the latest range by Moda Accessories debutante belle & flo features subdued shades of smoky taupe, clear crystals and emerald green. leather forms the base of the brand’s key styles, interspersed with charms and embellishment for an intriguing collection of contemporary designs.

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Arriving at Moda Accessories with a gothic-inspired collection liberally laced with Georgian influences, jewellery label Alchemy unveils an extensive range of dramatic accessories for the new season. designed and handcraed in the uk, each piece features sparkling elements of Swarovski crystal throughout its intricate design.

TURTLE DOVES following its launch at Adorned at Moda in february, Turtle doves returns to the exhibition with its latest range of accessories craed from recycled garments in wool and cashmere. embellished with lace trims and intricate detailing, each piece is unique, from the brand’s signature fingerless gloves to its newly introduced snoods and scarves.


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from the latest handbag designs to hats and statement jewellery pieces, Moda Accessories showcases a diverse selection of brands for every type of accessory.

SUZIE BLUE Designed around a colour palette of bronze, silver, gold and gunmetal, the latest collection by jewellery label Suzie Blue spans the statement to the subtle with its latest range of contemporary designs. e brand maintains its focus on producing fashion with a conscience with its ethically sourced components.

DENTS dents returns to Moda Accessories with a range of new concepts, colourways and summer fashion ideas for s/s 14. e brand has been creating fine, handcraed gloves since 1777 and maintains its commitment to traditional manufacturing throughout its contemporary collection of gloves, handbags and hats for summer and beyond.

MAKKI eel skin specialist Makki returns to Moda Accessories this season with a new line of handbags, clutches and co-ordinating keyrings. established in 2003, the brand sources exotic skins from around the world and designs its collections in britain for wearable styles with an exotic twist.

BULAGGI Metallics are a key focus for dutch handbag label bulaggi this season as the brand introduces chains and studs across its collection of contemporary handbag silhouettes. Targeting both the evening sector with its party styles and the daywear consumer with its signature collection of day bags, the label also offers a range of purses for a coordinated look for the new season.

PIA ROSSINI pia rossini focuses on resortwear for the summer season, adapting its signature style from elegant gloves and cosy woollens to design-led cover-ups and co-ordinated accessories. Striking prints are juxtaposed with classic monochromes and colour-block corals, while the label’s nautical story focuses on crisp shades of red, white and blue.


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CAPIZ Fashionable elegance is the philosophy behind this season’s collection by Capiz as the accessories label reworks traditional colour tones into wearable designs. Grey, golden brown, purple and red set the tone for autumn, while simple quality designs prevail for the new season and beyond.

SUZANNE BETTLEY Contemporary sun and beach hats, silk scarves and a capsule collection of traditional millinery styles are the product sectors in focus for Suzanne bettley this season. e brand creates a summer vibe through its use of natural materials, which this season include raffia, paper braids, crocheted raffia and silk.

GABY’S Moda regular Gaby’s returns to the exhibition with a diverse collection for the new season, hinting at Great Gatsby glamour with multi-layered strings of pearls inspired by the 1920s. e brand also echoes the key colours of the season for a range designed to complement trends in wider womenswear.

ACCESSORIES BY PARK LANE JEWELCITY Jewellery label Accessories by park lane returns to Moda Accessories with over 200 new styles this season in a variety of finishes. brushed metal is a key look for the brand alongside its signature finishes in gold and silver. Accessories by park lane also extends its offer of jewellery and fashion accessory displays, manufactured from completely recyclable components.

GABRIELLA Colour and texture reach new depths for handbag label Gabriella this season as the brand introduces new palettes across its latest seasonal designs. ostrich effects are key, while deep jewel shades such as claret offer a wearable alternative to classic neutrals.

Autumn is all about jewel hues for Jewelcity as the brand unveils a collection of statement neckwear, design-led fascinators, jewellery and handbags in fashion-forward designs. Sapphire blue, ruby red and amethyst pink are key, complemented by more traditional hues of neutral for autumn.


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m o n day 1 2 a u g u s t Moda returns to Hampton Manor this season for a unique evening of fine dining and live music. Join us at the vibrant Peel’s Restaurant to enjoy welcome drinks and a gourmet three course meal with wine, followed by post dinner ‘Cocktails in the Courtyard’ within the luxury setting of the Hampton Manor terrace. Celebrate with fellow retailers and exhibitors for an extra special spring/summer 2014 season. Set in 45 acres of mature woodland but just minutes from the NEC Birmingham, the luxury hotel Hampton Manor will be playing host to Moda’s stylish Monday night party, not to be missed. Tickets are £40 per person. To book tickets please contact Caroline Mackinnon - 01484 846 069 | caroline@moda-uk.co.uk


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is season’s swimwear collections vary from wild animal prints to bright floral designs in a variety of fits and styles. MOONTIDE Moontide presents an exciting s/s 14 collection showcasing its signature styling in a range of bright prints and a summery colour palette in the new season’s designs.

SEAFOLLY Seafolly returns to Moda offering an array of stylish, fashion-forward bikinis, one-piece swimsuits and cover-ups in bold statement prints, eclectic colours and innovative designs.

GOSSARD Gossard introduces its latest swimwear range fusing feminine glamour with innovative bra technology. e collection is available in rich sumptuous colourways and a variety of styles including one-pieces and bikinis with added details such as detachable straps and removable buoys.

ROSA FAIA BEAUTYFULL rosa faia beautyfull is islandhopping with its 2014 range, taking inspiration from Mediterranean destinations. delicate, pastelcoloured vichy check in a vintage look and opulent paisley designs on luxurious fabrics are key.


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CLEO SWIM BY PANACHE

fantasie returns with its latest swimwear collection, featuring stylish cuts to flatter the female form in a variety of glamorous colours, bold prints and floral designs.

e new season swimwear range combines optical geo prints and textured fabrics. new styles for 2014 include Jecca, which is available from d-h cup and features Aztec print with hues of blue, yellow and pink.

DAVID e s/s 14 collection takes inspiration from the hues of the ocean, the lively energy of central America and delicate colours of the natural world, showcasing a vibrant palette of Mexican-inspired patterns and colourful embroidery, set against deep shades of blue and featuring floral nuances.

LISE CHARMEL french label lise Charmel returns with a sophisticated and original collection consisting of rich embroideries, so tulles and opulent fabrics.

PAIN DE SUCRE pain de Sucre’s latest range is a tantalising collection of swimsuits and bikinis in a formula of new colours, exclusive prints, artistic designs and patterns, in feminine and sophisticated styles.

ROIDAL Spanish label Roidal returns with its swimwear collection in a new-season range of exclusive prints and sumptuous designs. e label uses the finest Italian fabrics and incorporates luxurious details within its styles.

EMPREINTE empreinte offers its own interpretation of new trends with an inspired and innovative collection, encapsulating the essence of the brand and featuring a summery palette of flamboyant pinks, pastel greens and luminous blues.


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A palette of ice-cream hues, from strawberry and raspberry to orange and mint, add flavour to this season’s lingerie collections.

KRIS LINE Making its Moda debut this season, Polish label Kris Line showcases its lingerie and swimwear collection in sizes A-O and features pastel shades and striking attention to detail.

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new to Moda, Cosabella is famous for its use of vibrant, cutting edge colours and innovative lingerie styles. e collection is designed in Miami but manufactured in Italy – resulting in a unique mix of American design and Italian crasmanship.

FREYA e s/s 14 collection is an explosion of carioca carnival colours. pop colours and neon prints feature in freya’s Tropics collection, while paradise showcases exotic and enticing colours worn to be noticed. Meanwhile, the brand’s bestselling moulded shape, deco, launches in lagoon for s/s 14. oceanic shades of mulberry coloured coral blend perfectly on a seabed base of darker blue.

BESTFORM LINGERIE bestform lingerie returns to Moda with its collection of lingerie featuring sophisticated embroidery, sumptuous lace and eye-catching details.


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CURVY KATE PASSIONATA passionata returns to Moda with its seductive range of lingerie with a flirty, playful twist. e french label’s sheer lace trims add a sense of so femininity.

rich sorbet colours, bright feel-good tones and hints of bold neon decorate Curvy kate’s s/s 14 collection. e range features new shapes and styles as well as staple favourites including portia, romance and princess updated with new hues for s/s 14.

[UN:USUAL] e label returns with a fantastic new lingerie range for the self-confident, young woman who loves fashion and style and demands a perfect fit. e new designs feature up-to-date prints, colours and a young retro style.

MEY Mey kicks off s/s 14 with fresh and intensive splashes of colour across its lingerie and bodywear range. e label introduces super-light, fine and sotextured fabrics to its latest collection, which can be mixed and matched for individual styling.

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• Volumes in women’s lingerie will be stronger than the womenswear market until 2017 as, during a period of limited discretionary spending, underwear is a more necessary purchase.

• Volume growth returned to positive territory in 2012, aer three years of decline, and will continue to gradually recover though we do not expect to see volume growth reach pre-recessionary levels for at least five years.

• given that underwear is a more needs-driven category, retailers have been forced to keep prices down, causing inflation to be far lower than in outerwear where cotton price hikes and supply chain costs have forced retailers to increase retail prices or take a hit on margins.

• more choice at clothing retailers and improved own-label ranges have G encouraged men to trade down from branded and premium underwear, but we expect this trend to reverse gradually as men trade back up as a result of feeling more confident about spending once more.

• specialists will expand into complementary areas such as bridal lingerie, shapewear, swimwear, loungewear, gymwear, maternity wear and health and beauty to widen their customer base and drive add-on purchases.

• Lack of innovation and newness in the category will cause volumes and expenditure growth to be fairly muted over the next five years.

• it will be essential for specialists to differentiate themselves through range, customer service and shopping experience to help justify price points.

Don’t miss Honor discussing key retail issues alongside a panel of industry experts at the Big Live Lingerie Debate, on Monday 12 August at 12.30, in the Lingerie & Swimwear Retail eatre, stand A66, Hall 17.

• Range exclusives and product innovation will be essential in order for brands to compete against the growing offers from clothing specialists, the grocers and department stores.

U Verdict is the leading authority on retailing. Its research and publications provide executives in a wide range of business sectors with unrivalled independent analysis of retail sectors & trends.

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If you’re looking for something different that will give your store the edge this season, don’t miss brand new area Moda boutique, dedicated to designer and directional brands. Mixing international names with the rising stars of british design, the lingerie in this stand-out area of the show is contemporary, playful and luxurious.

Big name brands Some of the biggest names in Lingerie & Swimwear will be showcasing their newest collections at the show. View new season designs from Panache, Seafolly, DKNY, Curvy Kate, Chantelle, Princesse Tam Tam and many more.

Lingerie & Swimwear Retail Theatre Sponsored by Underlines and the Swimwear Yearbook

Sizzling trends for summer e lingerie & Swimwear retail eatre on stand A66, hall 17 is a must-visit for intimate apparel retailers. As the show’s central hub of activity, here you can catch industry talks to inspire, brand presentations to inform, retail surgeries to help your business thrive and, of course, the interactive big live lingerie debate.

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Make sure you see at least one catwalk show highlighting the key looks from across the floor, with the Moda lingerie & Swimwear shows taking place every day on the catwalk theatre in hall 17.


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hile we understand it’s important to inject newness into your store offering, we are also aware that many of you are concerned about the future. e industry as we know it is evolving, but what do you need to do to survive in this ever-changing market? listen in as a panel of retailers, e-tailers, journalists and research experts discuss the key issues affecting the industry today and offer insight into how to succeed on tomorrow’s high street.

“What’s driving change, and how can I address this?”

“Do I really need a transactional website?”

If you’re one of the many retailers feeling the pressure of today’s trading conditions, now is the time to action change. Make sure you’re part of this interactive and lively debate and get the answers to your burning questions. despite the challenges, there are still new store openings and many businesses doing well. let our panel of experts make sure you are one of them. don’t miss the big live lingerie debate, taking place on Monday 12 August, 12.30, at the lingerie & Swimwear retail eatre on stand A66, hall 17.

“What can I do to invigorate my store?”

“How do I win the fight against highstreet discounting?”

“How can I get involved in local town initiatives?”

“How do I compete with outof-town centres?”

Stand A66, Hall 17 Lingerie & Swimwear Retail Theatre Schedule Sunday 11 August 11.00-11.30 Martin o'Toole: Zero Moment of Truth 13.15-14.00 ierry bayle: retail surgery 14.00-14.30 brand presentation 15.00-15.30 eve reid: 10 Steps To visual retail Success 17.00-17.30 dennis reid: how to increase your sales by up to 40%

Monday 12 August 11.00-11.30 brand presentation 11.45-12.15 Tracy Turner-Ward: e perfect fit 12.30-13.15 e big live lingerie debate 13.30-14.15 ierry bayle: retail surgery 14.30-15.30 brand presentation 15.45-16.15 brand presentation

Tuesday 13 August 11.00-11.30 ierry bayle: retail surgery 11.30-12.00 brand presentation 12.30-13.00 Tony Scott: boost your store’s profit 13.45-14.15 brand presentation


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BABYCHAM THE CICCONE COLLECTION

Making its debut in Moda footwear this season, babycham is looking to make an impact with its playful and distinctive range of heels and trainers. e brand’s style incorporates clashing colours, prints, bows and rosettes.

having made its debut at Moda footwear earlier this year, e Ciccone Collection returns to the show with its latest range of men’s and women’s designs, created by Christopher Ciccone, brother of pop star Madonna. e brigitte boot is a key style this season within a collection that takes a modern approach to hollywood glamour.

 HÖGL returning to Moda footwear aer an absence of several seasons, Austrian footwear label högl arrives at the exhibition with a range of pointy ballerinas, sandalettes, pumps and sneakers in metallic hues and powder-fresh colours for s/s 14. elements of Swarovski embellish the brand’s evening styles, while a range of weekender, shopper and clutch bags offer a co-ordinated look.


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PARADIGMA exhibiting at Moda footwear for the first time this season, portuguese footwear label paradigma arrives at the exhibition with a collection of styles for men and women. e women’s range focuses on the simple silhouettes of men’s footwear with feminine elements of so materials and styling, while the men’s line presents contemporary styles inspired by classic design.

  O’NEILL new to Moda footwear, surf label o’neill unveils a directional range of footwear for men and women at this season’s exhibition. e men’s range is divided into two journeys – escape from the City and Surf nirvana – while, for women, South American influences prevail across a range of leather sandals and slingback wedges.

 PLIMSOLL hinting at the old-school with a vintage feel, footwear label plimsoll arrives at Select with a range of 100 per cent cotton canvas designs on a 100 per cent rubber sole. Comprising styles for both men and women, the brand makes its Select debut with a collection of its signature silhouettes in a spectrum of seasonal colours.

LISA KAY Seasonal highlights for lisa kay include multicoloured sandals and elegant slingbacks on perspex heels, available in super-so suede and shimmering metallic leathers for s/s 14. e colour palette, meanwhile, focuses on rich shades of royal blue and emerald inspired by the ocean and ice-cream pastels, selected to evoke the spirit of summer.

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LIZIANNE launching for s/s 14, lizianne is the sister label to footwear brand bourne, bringing together luxurious aesthetics at a more accessible price point. e debut collection will be revealed at this season’s Moda footwear, targeting the wedding, race-day and cocktail sectors.


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wrong,” says bland. “I am glad we have our online store running alongside our two retail units, although I do still feel strongly that there will always be customers who want to come into a store and physically try shoes on.” With three retail platforms to consider as he looks ahead to his seasonal buying, bland is keen to take advantage of catching up with most of his key industry contacts at this month’s Moda footwear. “We always visit Moda, and we spend three days there seeing as many suppliers as we can,” says bland. “It cuts down on reps visiting us and making journeys out to suppliers’ showrooms. Moda is relatively local to us and it is the best uk footwear show, particularly because of the number of our suppliers that show there.”

is season in particular, bland is looking to build upon the store’s extensive portfolio of footwear labels which includes Art, base london, Converse, vans, Mjus, rocket dog, Superga, T.u.k and Yokono. following a difficult spring this year, which has seen retailers face adverse meteorological conditions on top of a tough economic climate, bland is looking for some metaphorical sunshine aer the rain in s/s 14.

“our core customer has definitely changed over the years from someone who was once seeking very unusual styles to someone who is perhaps more trend-aware and even celebrity led,” says bland. “however, by working on the shop floor, I feel that we are well-placed to adapt our buying to the evolving needs of our customers.”

“I do feel that next summer can only improve on the disaster of s/s 13,” he says. “e only thing we have to remember as we are doing our buying is that we are in the north of england, and our summers do have a tendency to be cold and wet. It doesn’t help that by the time it gets warmer, the multiples are in sale, which doesn’t help us independents. bring back the good old days when fashion seasons were in line with the weather seasons.”

his time next year, consumers will be looking to Jake Shoes for inspiration. With two bricks-andmortar stores and an online showcase transcending the men’s, women’s and children’s sectors, filling the shelf space of the business is no easy feat. but, for company director Jake bland, it’s an ongoing quest to bring the best of the season back to Manchester’s retail scene.

It’s a traditional approach of one-on-one customer service that is complemented by Jake Shoes’ online operation, a division of the business that was introduced, despite bland’s reservations, to diversify the retailer’s consumer demographic from regional to national. Almost a decade on, bland admits having a foot in both camps has been fitting for his footwear business in more ways than a jovial pun. “Ten years ago, I would never have thought that so many people would buy shoes online, but I have been proved

Climate control may be something that suppliers have little power over but, like many independents, bland is seeking enhanced customer service from the brands’ perspective, in order that he and his team can deliver the enhanced service of an independent back on the shop floor. “e decline of the shops that surround our Stockport store does worry me,” says bland, who has a store in central Manchester’s Arndale Centre as well as Stockport’s princes Street. “We are the only fashion independent on our side of the


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town, which is even more incentive for us to offer great customer service and make the shopping trip for each and every consumer a good experience. “Suppliers could help, though, perhaps with better margins for some brands and swapping non-selling lines for better-selling stock throughout the season,” he adds. fine-tuning the store’s long-standing relationships with key labels is an integral part of bland’s business, and it’s a skill learnt from Carol bland, his mother and founder of his eponymous business. A former hairdresser, Carol frequently travelled to london to buy her shoes and, following constant queries about her footwear, the would-be business woman enquired about wholesaling the label. Several hours later, six pairs of her favourite shoes were showcased in the salon window; six sales later, the salon was on the market in favour of an independent footwear store named aer her then baby son, Jake. Almost four decades on, the store’s humble beginnings and the strong ethos of the family heritage are even more reason for present-day director bland to continue to make a success of the business. from a free measuring service for children’s footwear to same-day dispatch via the retailer’s website, every aspect of service is designed to enhance customer experience whether in-store or online, and it’s an

approach that has attracted a somewhat diverse demographic. “I can’t deny that serving david beckham in one of our stores was a personal highlight for me,” says bland. “he came in to buy a pair of kickers for his son, brooklyn, several years back.” primarily, however, aside from celebrity clientele and outstanding service, it is the label’s diverse brand portfolio that is at the heart of its ongoing success. “If there is a brand out there that is fashionable, you should find it at Jake Shoes,” says bland, simply summing up the ethos that has stood his business in such good stead for over 38 years. And in the knowledge that successful retailing is only ever as strong as the trade buying that precedes it, fashionable brands are the order of the season as Moda footwear gets under way.

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from the latest work-boot styles to pumps and boat shoes, the men’s footwear offering covers all the latest designs for s/s 14. CHATHAM MARINE Marine lifestyle label Chatham Marine launches its new G2 barefoot sole unit at this season’s Moda, revealing a new anatomically shaped design that moulds and curves to the foot for a barefoot feeling. Style-wise, the brand introduces a new men’s technical leather waterproof sailing boot, boasting high-visibility binding, breathable bamboo lining, adjustable straps and a moulded contoured sock.

BUGATTI SHOES German brand bugatti Shoes returns to Moda footwear, following a successful debut show last season, with a diverse range of european-inspired footwear. for s/s 14 the focus is on city and sports inspired styles made to the highest standard and using quality materials such as lamb nappa and so lambskin leather.

ROAMERS Footwear label Roamers introduces a Live the Look philosophy for the new season, combining its signature styling with vibrant sole features. Desert boot silhouettes are key, while bright colour pops add a summer fresh twist.

SKECHERS Skechers, the global leader in the lifestyle and fitness footwear industries, returns with its men’s line of boots, trainers, sandals and smart and casual shoes designed with the latest technology for maximum comfort.


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XTI Spanish label XTI adopts a futuristic identity for next season with a wide range of boots in a variety of styles, with punched textiles and studs providing the embellishment.

ROCKPORT BRAKEBURN brakeburn is inspired by an active lifestyle, incorporating board sports, street culture and cycling. Its men’s spring/summer footwear collection consists of lightweight shoes in an earthy colour palette of brown, beige, blue and green.

rockport’s latest men’s footwear collection incorporates both formal and casual styles, including boat shoes in an array of colours such as red, beige, blue, black and navy, as well as brogue and loafer styles with added detailing for s/s 14.

MUSTANG SHOES Mustang Shoes is designed around the idea of urban authenticity meeting true style. Its latest collection has a rugged look, combining casual trends with inventive features. Modern materials and distinctive details reflect the young spirit of the label.


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e selection of women’s footwear at this season’s show is as diverse as ever. from high glamour to street influences, there is a style to suit every type of customer.

MJUS e Italian label uses the finest quality materials to produce its collection of boots and shoes. is season’s range includes wedge shoes and work-style ankle boots.

PETER KAISER SCHUHFABRIK As part of a wider strategy to reposition the brand as a more trend-led footwear label, peter kaiser Schuhfabrik turns to wider trends in the womenswear sector to create its latest offer. Classic black features heavily throughout the collection alongside hues of bottle green, Merlot, dark blue and dark grey, selected to create a mysterious feel across the latest range of styles. Shapes are equally diverse, with high-front and slipper-cut styles in a variety of heel gradients featuring throughout the latest offer.

MTNG bringing the colours and feel of the Mediterranean to the show, Spanish brand MTnG returns with an assortment of boots, flats, pumps, wedges and sandals in a variety of styles to suit any occasion.

JOSEF SEIBEL Simplicity is key for Josef Seibel this season as the German label focuses on clean lines and neutral shades for a fresh new s/s 14 collection. Subtle, shimmering metallic uppers feature throughout the line across a selection of sneakers, heeled sandals, covered wedges and block heels. e brand also introduces a line of ballerinas for 2014 in a diverse range of colour and style varieties.


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FREESTEP Comfort footwear label freestep designs shoes for a fresh summer through its innovative Microfresh technology, an award-winning system designed to keep feet fresh. Manufactured from leathers and suedes, the collection also features an innovative shock-absorber system for enhanced comfort. Style-wise, nautical influences prevail for s/s 14 with crisp combinations of red, white and blue.

CAMEL ACTIVE e vibrant culture of brazil lends its influence to Camel Active’s s/s 14 offer as the brand diversifies its identity through the launch of its second-ever women’s collection. e flora and fauna of the South American country is interpreted through authentic styling and an outdoor-inspired colour palette, comprising shades of orange, sapphire blue and emerald green, interspersed with light pastels and neutral shades.

BUTTERFLY TWISTS Among this season’s returning favourites is Butterfly Twists. For s/s 14 the brand adds colourful rain boots to its popular range of foldable ballerina pumps and flip-flops, offering another solution for stylish and practical footwear.

EL NATURALISTA ROCKET DOG rocket dog stays true to its Californian roots for s/s 14, presenting a beach-friendly collection of women’s footwear inspired by the west coast, where it all began. Colours are vibrant and patterns are strong across a diverse range of flats, casuals, wedges, sandals, flip-flops, boots and sports silhouettes.

Spanish footwear brand el naturalista returns to Moda with a range of new, bright colour combinations for the summer months. Materials are light, while silhouettes remain true to the label’s hallmarks, with so curves and wearable styles featuring throughout the collection. e brand also maintains its commitment to caring for the planet through its use of natural, biodegradable materials wherever possible.


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 CWb editor laura Turner, takes a look at the children’s footwear brands to watch out for this season.

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PRIMIGI primigi focuses on lightness for s/s 14, presenting a range of ultra-lightweight soles and uppers that promote maximum agility in the most active of children. Starting from children’s very first steps to footwear for juniors, the latest collection comprises sandals, sneakers and ballet flats in powdery pastel shades, neon details and summer bright hues of coral, turquoise and yellow.

Children’s footwear label pippo relaunches its sneaker line at this season’s Moda footwear, revealing an all-new range of trainers in contemporary designs and vibrant colours. e new collection offers a point of difference to the brand’s more classic offer of Mary Jane sandals and back-to-school shoes, which are also presented in a diverse range of colours and styles for the new season.

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LELLI KELLY embellished with sequins and multicultural decorations, lelli kelly builds on its instantly recognisable identity for s/s 14 with the introduction of new summer styles designed to capture the imagination of little girls. from the decorated dolly in canvas and practical sneakers through to the brand’s ballerinas and party shoes, each style features non-slip soles for practicality as well as style.

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O’NEILL Surf label o’neill makes its debut at Moda footwear this season, presenting its Cali series for kids as part of its wider s/s 14 footwear offer. featuring funky hi-tops, beach-inspired espadrilles and street-ready skate pumps, the collection focuses on eye-catching prints of toucans and hearts in line with its playful nature, tie-dye effects and rainbow colouring.

ricosta focuses on functional and durable design for s/s 14, with a diverse range of footwear for children manufactured from materials featuring a waterproof, breathable membrane. e German label focuses on incorporating the latest technical innovations into its shoes without compromising on style that appeals to young minds.

 CHIPMUNKS launched in 2010, Chipmunks is an infant footwear label aiming to combine the fun and fashionable aesthetics of children’s fashion with styles designed to accommodate little feet while letting them grow without restrictions or pressures. is season sees the brand launch a range of mini-me classics including waterproof performance boots, Wellingtons and slippers.

 JOULES Joules makes its Moda footwear debut this season, bringing with it a range of men’s, women’s and children’s styles designed around its identity as a lifestyle brand inspired by outdoor living. Wellingtons are key for the summer season, alongside casual pumps and brightly coloured loafers.


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                     

                  

                         

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                                     

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                                     


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                             

                

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 MWb editor victoria Jackson takes a look at the brands to catch at this season’s Moda Gent.

FARAH 1920 drawing inspiration from workwear and military garb from the 20th century, farah’s 1920 line welcomes the introduction of authentic denims with a rinse wash and whiskered finish for the new season. outerwear, meanwhile, comprises a 40s paratrooper jacket – the denison - with an all-over brushstroke camo print and garment wash, as well as a the neuberg, which is a modern interpretation of a royal navy flight deck jacket, both of which will be showcased at Moda Gent.

CAMEL ACTIVE A familiar face within the aisles of Moda Gent, German lifestyle label Camel Active returns to the show for the s/s 14 buying season. Whilst retaining its signature explorer design ethos, the brand’s latest offering also sees the introduction of a more fashion forward element including one of this season’s key trends – camouflage.

DOUBLE TWO ETERNA Continuing its 150th anniversary celebrations, shirt label eterna presents a collection of floral patterns, bleached pastel shades and vivid colour blends for the new summer season. Colour is key, with a palette comprising vintage blue, emerald, strawberry, spearmint, mandarin, navy, lemon and turquoise. Intricate detailing, meanwhile, characterises the collection with colour-contrast buttonholes and button yarns featuring throughout.

recent winners of the Queens Award for International Trade, Yorkshire shirt specialist double Two makes its return to the halls of Moda Gent with one of its strongest collections to date. S/s 14 sees the introduction of a variety of new and exclusive fabric designs in checks, stripes and prints, while the label’s premium offering - paradigm by double Two - offers a series of non-iron and wrinkle-free fabric alternatives.


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German lifestyle label digel returns to Moda for another season with a wide and varied collection spanning leisurewear, casualwear and tailoring, as well as the younger, more trend driven Move line. e new season will bring two distinct colour palettes – key West, which comprises nautical shades, and Cuba Café, which features a series of reds, browns and greens.

dublin lifestyle label vedoneire showcases a selection of classic menswear and underwear. established in 1951, the brand has experienced substantial growth over the past two years, within both the Irish and uk market, and is looking to grow its independent stockist base further for s/s 14. presenting a collection of chinos, tailored shorts, polos, shirts and knitwear, colour is key, with apple green and cinnamon standing next to more subtle options such as beige and navy.

REMUS UOMO relaxed tailoring is the buzzword for returning Moda exhibitor remus uomo. e new season sees the brand offer a collection of so tailoring and subtle cloth structures, which are designed to create a causal but sharp look for the more fashion conscious shopper. Slim silhouettes dominate the collection in traditional shades of blue and grey, while accents of raspberry, green and chambray update the range for s/s 14.

OLYMP Shirt specialist olymp presents a strong offering of polo shirts alongside its knitwear and formal shirt categories. Colour and print are key to the collection, with pastels coming out to play against bolder hues of lime, turquoise, yellow, orange, pink and hibiscus. In terms of print, the new season sees the classic pinstripe sitting next to the more playful hawaiian prints on poplin or denim. Sports-inspired, washed-out polo shirts, meanwhile, take centre stage with both colour-block and stripe options available.

FARRELLS british men’s neckwear and accessories specialist farrells experienced further growth over the s/s 13 buying period, with a ra of new indies joining its current retailer portfolio. new stockists include psyche in Middlesbrough, denim hub utter nutter in romford, laurence Menswear in henley-on-ames and department store hoopers. established in 1997, the brand includes three sublines – kensington Classic, knightsbridge and Sorrento.


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 e key tailoring names return to Moda Gent with structured, clean-cut lines and slim silhouettes.

GIBSON LONDON is season sees tailoring label Gibson london take inspiration from 1950s and early 1960s films as well as introducing vibrant hues for the new season. A confident masculine palette provides a rich foundation to the range of formal structured suits and casual separates, including hot blue, bold aqua, sage green, bright pinks and ruby red.

DOUGLAS & GRAHAME douglas & Grahame returns to Moda for another season, showcasing sub-brands Cruise, offering lightweight, chic tailoring; Wellington, offering timeless and traditional suits in classic styles; and drier offering casual yet smart leisure clothing.

MADDOX STREET LONDON

BLADEN

Maddox Street london continues to draw inspiration from its sister label Gabicci. rich jewel tones sit next to country tweeds, while vibrant checks and stripes add interest.

once a closely guarded secret, passed down through the generations, bladen has become a well-known name within the menswear sector. is season will see new soly tailored jackets complement its heritage Sheringham and hacking styles. Meanwhile, elbow patches and collar tabs freshen up the collection for the new season.

BENVENUTO benvenuto returns to Moda showcasing both its black and purple labels. Suits in the black label collection have a classic silhouette with sky blue a new take on the classic black. Meanwhile, the purple label takes on a striking, sharply fitting silhouette. perfectly balanced peak lapels and slim trousers gives this range a contemporary look and feel.


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e s/s 14 collection from Casa Moda echoes the colours of the small harbours and coastal towns around Cape Cod, with flashes of lime, coral and pink revitalising commercial blue and khaki backgrounds. ough stripes are a welcome addition to the range, the main focus this season remains authentic check, which can be seen across its entire collection.

drawing its main inspiration from the Amalfi coast, this season’s range, which comprises jackets, trousers and shirts, places emphasis on lightness, crisp silhouettes and traditional sartorial detail. e season’s colour palette includes a mix of marine blue, midnight blue, lemon yellow, vintage pink, lilac, heather, burnt orange and grey.

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is summer’s lifestyle labels have a relaxed, laid-back vibe. pastel colours are prominent, with green, pink and blue key for this season.

MEYER-HOSEN FLORENTINO e s/s 14 florentino collection sees a mixture of materials and textures in both its formal and casual lines. Classic jackets are renewed with contrast knitted details, while suits made with wool and mohair are mixed with fresher and more comfortable fabrics, such as linen and cotton. e more casual line comprises light and refined blazers, in cotton and linen, in classic tones such as navy blue, brown and beige.

Meyer-hosen presents three categories this season, Comfort, Modern and premium, with certain styles in heavier fabrics. Meanwhile, silhouettes remain slim for the new season in both its denim and chino options.

BRÜHL e new collection from Brühl sees its classic line updated with new fits and additional details such as contrasting stitching and wash-out effects. As well as traditional colours, the spring/summer range is also updated in a variety of summery shades including green, yellow, red and blue.


drinks reception • premium bbq • dj

summer party at the beeches bar & grill

Monday 12 August 2013 from 7.30pm                                       

Ticket only event. Numbers are

limited and will sell out!

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                

FLIP           


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      

       

          

            

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MODA WOMAN AdC Adini Alchemy Alexia designs Alice Collins Alison Craig Allison designs Amari Ana nonza Angel Circle Angel forever by elegancia uk Ann balon Ann balon occasions Ann balon Tuscany Anna Montana Anonymous Apanage Collection Apanage femme Arctic Storm Ariana Atelier Gardeur Auburn Aura Avante Garde bariloche vingage blouses & Jackets barnabe by enjoy paris beau Moda Collections beau Monde betty kay bianca blush prom braintree Clothing brandtex bruno Galli Cabotine Caldene Cameron blake Capri Carina Carla ruiz Carmen Melero Carol C Collections Casadella Casamia Cashmere Silk company Champagne fashions Chianti CJC Cloda Clodagh Callaghan Collage Continental Textiles CpM Christa probst Munchen CpM e Collection CpM e Collection due Crystal breeze d.e.c.k by decollage deck designs uSA dolce vita donna lewis doris Streich double Two dress Code dressed up dynasty evening & Cocktail eclipse effusive eles Clothing

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elisa Cavaletti ella Moda emma emma emreco essential Collections Global eternal eva Tralala faber fM Collection frandsen Galloway fleece Genese Collection Georgede Gill knitwear Gino Cerruti Godske Classic Godske leisure Gold leaf Goubi Goya london Grenouille h&o habella harry hall heart house of dreams I'cona Idea donna Image Impact Impression bridal Irresistible James lakeland Jana Jensen Jessica Graaf John Charles Jora Jórli k C Agency kali orea kapalua kathy hilton kifayet kirsten krog klassik knights fashion kSJ la naturelle lady laura lafei nier latte lazy Jacks ledor libra lily & Me lindi linea raffaelli linea raffaelli Gold lo lovejunkie Marble Marco Marie Méro Maxim Michaela louisa Milano - Italy Mireia Mistral

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[un:usual] Active by Speedo Sculpture Affinitas Intimates Alba Associates Alterego Ameona raubling Anita Active Anita Care Anita Comfort Anita Maternity Anita uk Antigel by lise Charmel Antigel Swimwear by lise Charmel Antinea by lise Charmel Aqua blu Swimwear - Australia Avanua bassaya beauty night berli bestform Aquasculpting bestform lingerie bjorn borg blackspade body Wrap boutique Swim braza brettles by Caprice by Caprice lingerie by Caprice Swimwear Cette Chantelle Charline bodycontrol

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