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Spring/Summer 2012 IT’S A LONDON THING

Be at the forefront of retailing and enjoy the creative experience of London, the design capital.


Open your buying season with Top Drawer & Home – the UK’s largest selection of directional gift and home accessories.

15–17 January 2012. Earls Court One, London Top Drawer is co-located with

WIN WITH TOP DRAWER AND GLOOPLE We are offering you an exclusive opportunity to win an online ecommerce platform, worth £3000! See page 30 for more information.

The definitive new homewares & interior accessories show


View over 750 collections from the leaders in UK and international design.

AN EDITED CHOICE We select only the best suppliers – the ones combining great design with commercial appeal – to give you the best-selling products for your store this season.

See it First Open your buying season with the latest launches and hottest products only at Top Drawer. Source the newest and most exclusive products on the market to give you the edge on the high street in 2012 – As seen in Red, Grazia and BBC1 Apprentice. Plus a seminar line-up including retail expert Clare Rayner and Craig Allen, Group Creative Director from Molton Brown 15–17 January 2012

Earls Court One, London


An edited choice It’s a London thing


op Drawer is upon us and the countdown is on for the UK’s leading trade event for design-led gifts, lifestyle & fashion accessories. This magazine gives you a taste of what’s on and the ranges to see as well as product choices from experts who write for the Evening Standard, Daily Telegraph and Elle Decoration. The new year brings new stock, new retail trends and for 2012 provides the last chance to pick up gifts for the Olympics & Queen’s Jubilee. 2 weeks from now Top Drawer will open its doors alongside our new show ‘Home.’ One badge and one entrance will get you into both shows so you can easily view select products and spot the best finds. Top Drawer has expanded to over 750 brands. We’ve searched all over Europe to find the most important and inspirational products, including international & exclusive brands to Top Drawer, see page 7. Plus Gifts, Wellbeing

Fashion Accessories, Children’s, Greetings and Stationery have all increased by 20%. Beautiful design is now of equal importance to selling at the right price and practicality. Exclusive retail sector trends have been compiled for Top Drawer by Trend Bible - helping retailers spot high ‘sell through’ products, read about these on page 4. A new set of exclusive designers will debut at ‘Spotted’. These are handpicked and curated by interiors writer Charlotte Abrahams so don’t miss out on products you can't see anywhere else this spring, see page 9. It’s a great time to visit Top Drawer in London – it’s easy to reach, easy to navigate and you get an overview of the big creative stores close by. We’ve kept the favourites in the show such as seminars and retail surgeries. Speakers include Craig Allen, Creative Director of Molton Brown, the luxury brand. Top Drawer expects the best event ever, our Home show is set to inspire and combined there will be over 950 strong exhibitors – keeping true to our trusted ethos of quality, stylish events and platforms for finding profitable gifts. We look forward to seeing you there.

Raj Gill Show Director


Image by Avoca, exclusively exhibiting at Top Drawer Open for business

03 Welcome 04 Get on Trend 05 What’s New 06 In the Know 07 New Design Talent 08 Buying GB & Eco 09 Spotted & Spotted Plus 11 It's a London thing 13 Gift

16 Wellbeing 18 Fashion 20 Stationery & Greetings 22 Children’s 24 New Show: Home 25 Home Brand List 27 How to Find Us 28 Full Exhibitor List 30 £3000 Competition & Meet the team

Sunday 15 January Monday 16 January Tuesday 17 January

09.30–6pm 09.30–6pm 09.30–5pm


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top drawer & home earls court 1 & 2, london. Clarion Events’ retail portfolio organises 7 events every year, attracting over 50,00 retail gift buyers from the UK and abroad. 15–17 January 2012 Earls Court One, London


Get on Trend Get Ahead You can access trend information EXCLUSIVE RETAIL TRENDS TO TOP in various DRAWER for 2012/13 ways including seminars, a e are delighted free product to welcome back trend guide, and our official Trend partners Trend Bible inspiring trend to Top Drawer this January. Trend features to help Bible have interpreted the top trends for Autumn/Winter 2012/13 you shop the look exclusively for the Top Drawer right here at the audience. This season, trends are explored for each category; show. fashion accessories, wellbeing,

Here's a sneak peek of what to expect from our trend features at the show. Once at Top Drawer you will be able to see all four inspiring features – and take away bespoke buying cards to buy into each trend for the seasons ahead.


kids and stationery so that you get completely bespoke trend information for each area. Trend Bible forecast trends for blue chip brands and retailers in over 20 countries, publishing biannual trend manuals for buyers and designers and providing bespoke consultancy services to clients in the UK and USA. The Trend Bible team aim to bring a range of trend forecasting tools to Top Drawer this season, covering consumer behaviour directions, colour and design directions for Autumn/Winter 2012/13. You can access trend information in various ways - including seminars, a free product trend guide, and inspiring

trend features to help you shop the look right here at the show. Senior Trend Editor Jill Hawkins will be presenting an exclusive trend seminar, covering the key trends for retail presented in the inspiring trend features at Top Drawer, as well as outlining social and cultural information which underpins these trends. Trend Bible are well known for taking a no-nonsense approach to trend forecasting, communicating inspiring colour and design trends in a simple, straightforward way designed to maximise commercial performance. See Jill's seminar on Sunday 15 January at 2pm and Tuesday 17 January at 1pm.

Wellbeing - Beauty Lab Beauty Lab is a slick, clinical story taking inspiration from the extremes of the beauty industry, where medical procedures and a highly scientific approach to beauty are becoming commonplace. Soft powdery pastels are set against a backdrop of clean white and marshmallow pink with neon flecks flashing through for a truly modern look. Watch out for soft matte finish pastel shades like peppermint and palest pink across candles, incense sticks and bath products. You'll see this trend reflected in beauty products and packaging at the show.



Although this season we've developed trends specific to wellbeing, fashion accessories, kids products and stationery, it's important to visit them all to get a well rounded view of what's happening. This will help you decide what works best for your store or brand.

Our Product Cards help you interpret each trend feature and locate actual products at the show. Make sure you pick these up to help you quickly navigate the show.




Come and listen to our trend seminars as these can often be a place where inspiration strikes! We cover top-line social, cultural and economic trend drivers and outline future consumer behaviour we expect to see influencing retail and product design, so this really puts our trend work into perspective and lets you look in depth at why each of these trends is expected to be big. 4


Fashion Accessories Faded Grandeur The current economic climate is reflected in this dark, brooding story that imitates a sense of faded grandeur, where once precious metals and jewels are tarnished and faded. Rose gold, gilt and copper tones are important for jewellery, and motifs for pendants include trailing leafy botanicals, bugs and butterflies. Blackened and galvanised metals add to the drama. This is just one of four fashion trends which will be available at Top Drawer.

What’s new at

Top Drawer Clare Rayner – The Retail Champion

Don’t miss Clare’s retail success session. She will be speaking at 1pm on Sunday 15 January in the Top Drawer seminar theatre.

This January at Top Drawer, we are excited to welcome Clare Rayner – The Retail Champion - to our seminar programme. Clare is one of the most well-known and respected retail consultants in the UK. She has worked with leading retailers such as M&S, Dixons and Argos, and has held management and senior consulting roles with global software giant SAP, and international management consulting brand, Accenture. Known as The Retail Champion, Clare is engaged by clients as a retail consultant, retail speaker and retail mentor. She is regularly called upon by BBC News (TV and Radio) and trade press to comment as a retail expert. Clare will be speaking at Top Drawer for the first time this January, offering a comprehensive and thorough overview of her main methodology on retail success, and her 10-steps to retail success for retailers to learn from and apply to their businesses.

Clare’s 10-steps include: - Defining your Goal and Mission - Deciding your Positioning - Identifying your Ideal Customer - Creating your Range Plan - Implementing your Pricing and promotional policy - Developing your Channel & Location strategy - Designing your Customer Engagement processes - Determining your Sourcing & Supply chain model - Planning & Controlling your business - Setting up an effective Back office Stay up-to-date with the latest show news!

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Stop Press... SPOTTED champagne Reception

Be the first to see the latest from designer-makers brand-new to the trade show circuit. This season we will be hosting 18 designers within our exclusive 'Spotted' and 'Spotted Plus' sections - new additions to Top Drawer January. There will be a champagne drinks reception held at Spotted on Monday 16 January at 4pm for the Press -

and a selection of buyers - to give you a private opportunity to see the freshest design talent at the show. Our Spotted brands have recently been snapped up by the likes of Selfridges and Pedlars, don't miss your opportunity to do the same! If you would like an invitation to attend, please email sian.denny@clarionevents. com, and we will pass your request onto the designers. Numbers will be limited so get in quick!

MOLTON BROWN – A Case Study Craig Allen – Group Creative Director, Molton Brown. Molton Brown has long been synonymous with luxury and indulgence. Inspired by exotic locations, each product is bursting with fragrant essential oils and plant extracts to nourish the skin and stimulate the senses, from black peppercorns to passion flower extracts. Established in 1973, Molton Brown's journey has taken them around the globe – it is therefore of utmost importance that their brand remains just as strong today as it ever was. Craig Allen, Group Creative Director at Molton Brown, will be speaking at Top Drawer on the relaunch and rebrand of this notorious wellbeing brand. The topic is pertinent to retailers as they can gain insight

into what it takes to sustain brand popularity for over 30 years, as well as the world of home fragrance as a fast-growing gift sector. Craig has also worked as Creative Director for retail heavyweights Linley, Gucci and The Conran Shop.

Don’t miss his seminar on Monday 16 January at 12pm.

Top Drawer Fashion News!

In January, Top Drawer Fashion will play host to ‘Design Collections’, a unique group of designermakers,meeting demand from buyers looking to source unique, one off pieces for their stores. Original designs will be presented by Lavan - Paris and quirky trendsetter Mia Lia. The new ‘Fashion Wear’ area of Top Drawer Fashion will house actual clothing pieces, while the fashion accessories section also plays host to new international exhibitors such as Maracuja from

Germany and Gatti Sonia Maria from Italy. You can find over 150 fashion accessories from companies like London fashion week regular Lucas Jack - who is launching new 'Embers' range at Top Drawer this January - leather belts from Jacqueline Headlam, and fashion statements pieces from Martine Wester. Ottoman Hands will show bold designs that would be at home on the red carpet and Bee Jewellery gives the fashion pack a boost. With an increase in size of 20% on 2011, there is a lot to see in this fastgrowing, on-trend area of the show. Don't miss it! 15–17 January 2012 Earls Court One, London


In the know:

Free business advice

Retail Experts...

At Top Drawer, you can find free business advice from industry experts to help you make the right decisions and get the best results from your store for the new year and beyond. Throughout the show, we offer a range of sessions on topics pertinent to your business: – eCommerce – Visual Merchandising – Sales Success – Future Trends – Social Media

Retail Experts... Olympic thinking for Retailers with Dennis Reid

Chairman, Retail Performance Specialists

Join Dennis Reid (former Olympic Athlete and retail expert) for a no holds barred session that will look at generating growth for your retail business in a low or no growth climate. Are you ready for 2012? Do you know how to capitalize on the increased footfall for the UK’s biggest sporting event in decades? These and other important questions answered in a no nonsense and pragmatic session designed to help your business grow. RPS has instigated up to a 20% increase in sales for independent retailers in 2011 and aims to help many more in 2012, come along and find out more.

Great Visual Merchandising Ideas WITH LYNDA MURRAY

Director, International Visual

Bespoke Advice For You Still want more? If you have a specific business issue that's troubling you, we can help. Our Retail Surgeries give you the opportunity to speak with our experts one-on-one for 20-minutes. If you need advice on topics like launching a new business, or what your next PR move should be, make your way to the Retail Surgeries area at the show and book your slot. 6

Find out new innovative ways to present your merchandise to encourage customers to buy. This presentation showcases great ideas that attract customers to stores and the products inside. Find out clever techniques you can use to handle products. These ideas come from a variety of retailers across all product categories both here in the UK and abroad. During the presentation you will see lots of ideas for windows as well as interior displays. Get ideas to steal for your store and gain inspiration for future merchandising projects.

Social Media + Digital Commerce = Online Success with Warren Knight

Co-Founder and Director, Gloople 10-steps to retail success with Clare Rayner

The Retail Champion, Retail Expert, Business Mentor

SEMINARS & Retail surgeries

In this fast paced session retailers and would-be retailers will learn the key ingredients that will enable them to become a retail champion! The 10-steps include: - Defining your Goal and Mission - Deciding your Positioning - Identifying your Ideal Customer - Creating your Range Plan - Implementing your Pricing and promotional policy - Developing your Channel & Location strategy - Designing your Customer Engagement processes - Determining your Sourcing & Supply chain model - Planning & Controlling your business - Setting up an effective Back office If you are serious about retail success, about growing your business and becoming the next generation of retail multiples then this session is not to be missed!

Autumn/Winter 2012/13 Trends with Jill Hawkins

Senior Trend Editor, Trend Bible

Trend Bible’s exclusive trend session will cover the key trends for retail presented in the inspiring trend features at Top Drawer, across Wellbeing, Fashion Accessories, Stationery and Greetings and Children's, as well as outlining social and cultural information which underpins these trends. Home Fragrance; Relaunch and Rebranding at Molton Brown; A Case Study WITH CRAIG ALLEN.

Warren Knight will share with you the how to drive traffic to your online store with a multi-channel experience and optimise your online store, using the latest social commerce tools. He will also help you to design a monthly content marketing strategy that consumers fall in love with. Buying smartly - How to spot and sell the next big thing with Alex Smith

Director, Considered Style

Learn valuable insights into spotting trends, buying and selling commercial, targeted and compelling offers which stand out from your competitors in this seminar for new or established independent boutiques and retailers. Essential ecommerce guide for retailers with Ray Buckler and Nick Pratt Sitemakers

This seminar provides retail business owners with the key tips for ecommerce success. What you will learn • The business elements - planning a successful ecommerce project. • How to avoid the main ecommerce pitfalls, overcoming the commercial, technical and practical problems of online and multi-channel retailing as a independent retailer. • The key components of a good ecommerce website. • Incorporating mobile into your ecommerce thinking. • Attracting new customers and then keep them coming back, to the website...and to your store. • How a good ecommerce platform can drive success. Launching and growing your business with Nigel Carrier

Group Creative Director, Molton Brown

Creative Consultant, Clarion Events

In September of 2011 Molton Brown revised, extended and rebranded their already successful collection of fragranced candles and room sprays. Craig Allen, Group Creative Director, talks through the transition, to give retailers a glimpse into the world of home fragrance, brand development, and brand recognition.

Starting your own business? With over 25 years’ experience running his retail stores BRATS in West London and as director of distribution company B&N London, Nigel has been there, done that and is now on hand at Top Drawer to answer all of your questions. For more information and the full business advice schedule, visit:

The New & Exclusives This January, Top Drawer re-defines and presents retailers with the most important players in designled gifts. An impressive 30% of all exhibitors across Gifts, Children’s, Wellbeing, Fashion Accessories and Stationery & Greetings are brand-new to the show. Smell of success Full of Inspiration Aarevelo Innovative Designs Q41

A creative gift range that sits in the trend setters pack. It uses innovative textures across everyday gifts and is a definite must see. Distributed by Plus D who attract the retailers Paul Smith, Maiden, Pedlars & Smug

— by NEOM R18

Organic fragrances ranges that are regularly featured in Marie Claire, Red, and Women & Home. Forget everything you know about bath oils and body products... at NEOM they have created the most incredibly powerful, organic range of luxury bath & home products.

The Italian connection Mr & Mrs Fragrance R40

is an exotic Italian wellbeing brand, exclusive to Top Drawer. Their perfumers create original and distinctive fragrances for the home, and their brightly coloured products are bound to make a splash in the UK market.

Stateside vintage

Getting back to nature

— by Cavallini Papers & Co Inc M18

— by Katherine Caldwell G42

These stationery and gifts are to die for, they're original, quirky and have a real attitude - making the perfect gift. Exclusive to Top Drawer, don’t miss out or you’ll being going a long way to San Francisco to buy the best pieces!

These illustrative designs are bang on the ‘natural’ trend that’s creeping into parents' lives. It’s going back to basics, organics and outdoors. These t-shirts have exclusive illustrative designs of animals. A key theme for the Children’s retail trend you’ll see at the show.

Greetings from the winners

All bound & wrapped up

Designed cards from Laura Darlington Design, Five Dollar Shake, Urban Graphic and Paper Salad are all winners from the Henries, the annual Greeting cards Awards 2011, organised by Progressive Greetings magazine.

These collectors’ items & wrapping paper come all the way from the medieval city of Budapest in Hungary. Beautifully made, bound, floral and finished in bright colours - the classic feel offers a new contemporary twist.

— by Bomo Art E30

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Buying British Buying Green Top Drawer is proud to support buying British and buying Green with the ever-popular Product GB & Eco Trails this January.


roduct GB is an initiative which champions the national economy and locally-made products. With the effects of the downturn still prevalent in some areas of trade in the UK, buying British ensures our local economy is given the best possible chance to flourish.

Product GB gives exhibitors a chance to showcase their products that are made using materials sourced from the UK, and are designed and produced locally. We are delighted to once again be working alongside David Nicholls, Design Editor from The Telegraph Magazine who heads up the GB trail.

Eco Trail at Top Drawer Oliver Heath TV presenter and environmental champion Oliver Heath will return to Top Drawer 2012 to lend his support to the Trail. He comments, Knowing how a product was made, by whom and under what conditions brings us closer to a product through narrative. Understanding how we will use it, how it fits into our lives and even how we can dispose of it allows us to choose products that fit into our moral and practical beliefs. The Eco Trail at Top Drawer edits this search for you - helping you to find cutting edge products and retailers that believe, like your customers, that there are better ways of doing things, ways that are really worth telling the world about.

Product Focus Oliver Heath Oliver Heath Oliver Heath Design

Product Focus David Nicholls David Nicholls The Telegraph

When I visit Top Drawer I’m there as a journalist - on the look out for new ideas, searching for new designers and keeping an eye on emerging trends. But brilliant products and good quality manufacture aren’t found exclusively in the cutting edge sector of the design world. One of my favourite stands to stop by is that of Creamore Mill, a company which runs a woodturning workshop,practising traditional skills in rural Shropshire. For me, it epitomises what the Product GB Trail is all about. The company was founded by John Buckland 30 years ago when it started out in a tiny outbuilding at his family’s former home. At first he had merely a handful of tools and a wood lathe, but eventually the appetite for his locally made products made from sustainably sourced solid timber meant the business expanded. Products are made on site through a combination of handmade and mechanised woodworking skills. Under one roof, the items are designed, made and dispatched to stockists stretch from Inverness to Cornwall. I look at Creamore Mill as a great example of a company that has worked hard over three decades to successfully maintain its British production base. Find Creamore Mill on Stand P78.

Kate Hamilton Hunter's work typifies all that is great about the Top Drawer Eco Trail – innovative, ingenious and unique. Kate collects materials vintage biscuit and confectionary tins and upcycles them from what some would call waste, into charming one off pieces of bespoke jewellery. It is precisely this designer vision that makes the best sustainable products not just as good as their competitors but places them in a league of their own. With a sweet back story (excuse the pun) and a minimal environmental footprint, isn’t this how every product show be considered? Find Kate’s jewellery and a whole host of wonderful products made with real vision on my Top Drawer Eco Trail. See Kate and her fabulous new ranges in Design Collections, Stand UDC16

Kate Hamilton-Hunter Studio UDC16

Creamore Mill - P78 8

Product GB and Eco Trail literature will be available at the show. For more information please visit

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Charlotte Abrahams regularly contributes to leading publications including The Financial Times How to Spend It, Crafts, Elle Decoration and Guardian Weekend Magazine.


Charlotte Abrahams

new and exclusive design talent only at Top Drawer.



potted' - created by freelance style and design writer, Charlotte Abrahams - is designed to create an entry point for a whole new generation of exhibitors and so far we have launched 22 new design-based businesses onto the UK trade fair market. This season 12 more innovative design companies, who have never been seen at a major UK trade fair before, will be taking part in 'Spotted', while we are also bringing back six of the best businesses from the Autumn show under the banner of 'Spotted Plus.'

‘Everyone featured within the Spotted area is chosen for the quality and originality of the things they make,’ Charlotte says. ‘There’s such a wealth of talent out there but many small companies and individual designer-makers simply can’t afford to break into the trade fair market. By removing these financial obstacles, Clarion Events is giving these exciting businesses the opportunity to introduce their work to an international audience – and giving that audience yet another reason not to miss Top Drawer Spring.’



After 2 successful years of Spotted in Top Drawer Autumn, we are excited to announce the launch of Spotted Plus! Come and see your Spotted favourites from Top Drawer Autumn as they return to Top Drawer this spring with their newest designs and latest launches. See returning brands such as Snowdon, Cutture, Nikki McWilliams, Goodwin+Goodwin and many more….. 3

We are delighted to announce that, following the tremendous success of the second 'Spotted' by Charlotte Abrahams at Top Drawer Autumn, we are bringing this exciting showcase to Top Drawer this spring in an expanded format.





1 Nencini – Spotted 2 Thursday Press – Spotted 3 Cutture – Spotted Plus 4 Bombus – Spotted 5 Deryn Relph – Spotted 6 Nikki McWilliams – Spotted Plus 7 All Lovely Stuff – Spotted 8 Tuke and Tuke – Spotted


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Spring 2012 Three beautiful collections from Scandi-chic

All at Stand J40 Top Drawer Spring

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It’s a London Thing Home to some of the world’s leading retailers and greatest designers, London is the hub of all things retail, a capital bursting with creativity and design, and unbeatable shopping! But it’s not just the top department stores showcasing the latest trends and fashions; there’s a wealth of style, design and talent hidden away in London’s markets and villages where you’ll find retail vitality and independent stores with individual style.


atie Law, Design News Writer for The London Evening Standard reveals her her ‘top-shops’ and hidden gems. My favourite shops tend to be original and quirky, whether they are small independents or larger stores; what they have in common is an eye for display. Top of the list for both product and display is Shoreditch-based Labour and Wait, which brilliantly promotes itself as a purveyor of old-fashioned, high quality products, from galvanised buckets and enamel saucepans to Guernsey jumpers, all displayed unfussily, with brown paper price tags. Another shop with heaps of idiosyncratic style is Selvedge Drygoods, set up by by Selvedge Magazine editor Polly Leonard, who is often to be found serving behind the till. The shop sells unusual linens, woollens, buttons and clothing you won't find elsewhere. Ben Pentreath is an architectural designer with an original eye who has filled his small shop off Lamb's Conduit Street with curiosities including old coral, coloured resin candlesticks, classical plaster moulds, stationery and decoupage paperweights. He mixes in the odd bit of vintage and stages occasional exhibitions. I'm a big fan of Rice, the ethical Danish brand, which has opened its first standalone store in Covent Garden and a visit to Anthropologie offers an exemplary lesson to

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anyone wanting to know how to display homeware and fashion in an innovative way. Distressed floorboards, vintage props, dramatic scenic backdrops and lots of space mean all products immediately look more attractive. A similarly seductive fusion of fashion with homeware, displayed with an eye for lifestyle good looks can be found at Toast, which is beautifully pared back. Much can be learned also from the huge new OKA store, which has entire roomsets that sell the look, from the rugs and chairs to candles and chandeliers. One of Katie’s top picks, Rice are exhibiting at Top Drawer this January. Find their colourful and happy homewares and accessories on Stand M2.

Must see Markets – Portabello Market – Broadway Market – Columbia Road – Spitalfields

Hot New Villages


– Marylebone High Street – Northcote Road – Lamb's Conduit Street – Brick Lane







To find our full list of fantastic exhibitors visit

Katie Law Design news writer for The London Evening Standard

1 Jane Constantine L60 2 Liberty of London 3 Goodwin + Goodwin - Spotted Plus 4 Harrods 5 Kate Hamilton-Hunter Studio UDC16 6 Tate Britain 7 Emma Lonsdale M85

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The possibilities are endless...

Stand M1

Thousands of exciting, quirky, fun and original gift ideas from classic and contemporary to directional gifts. Wooden bowls — by Nkuku K40

This range of tableware from Nkuku has perfect earthy tones for both indoor and outdoor environments.

Plantini — by Another Studio for Design Q93

The Plantini range is a beautiful metal planthouse kit which includes everything you need to grow your own opulent tabletop plant house. A fantastic gift item for kids and grown-ups! Another Studio for Design’s ‘Postcarden’ greetings card-come-potplant range will also be at the show. As seen on the BBC1 series The Apprentice, and snapped up by French store Merci, the range is a brand-new launch at Top Drawer.

Olympic cushion — by Jan Constantine L60

Perfect for the Olympic trend for 2012, set your store apart with this vintage take on official Olympic design from Jan Constantine.

Doorknobs — by Bombay Duck P38

Open a world of new gifts with Bombay Duck’s array of beautifully-designed, quirky door knobs.

Sugar bowl — by Glover & Smith P96 A classic design with a twist with this sugar bowl and spoon from Glover & Smith. Milk and two sugars please!

Tableware set — by Jarapa Natural and Recycled Home Interiors K99

This beautiful tableware collection recreates the texture of linen and made from 100% recyclable glass. The softness and delicacy of the finishes are intended to convey the calm of a sunset over the shores of the Mediterranean. 15–17 January 2012 Earls Court One, London


Cushions — by Lisa Bliss for the Graduate Collection M94B Graduate Collection is a company working with some of the most exciting new designers to emerge fresh from UK Universities. They focus on homewares & fashion with the development of vibrant designs on traditional products.

Mugs — by HAM Q89

HAM is a new quirky gift and homeware brand that captures unexpected moments from the contented lives of a pig, a horse and a rabbit. Products include premium cotton tea towels, luxury greeting cards and fine bone china mugs.

Additional brands include

Avoca/Addject/Bombay Duck/ Becky Baur/Carol Ridler/Canova Gifts/Charlotte Macey Textiles/ Cubic/Culinary Concepts/ Dallaiti/East of India Ltd /ECP Design/Emma Lonsdale TWICE/ Fallen Fruits/Fenella Smith / Febronie/Funky Little Darlings /Heaven Sends/Jellycat/Lisbeth Dahl/Lisa Stickley/Miss Etoile/ Madelcar/Mulhouse Design/ Nkuku/Quintessential/Present Time/Rex International/Rice A/S/Talking Tables/Terrace & Garden/The Green Gables/Wild & Wolf plus many more...

For a full exhibitor list please visit or see page 28 14

Lampshade — by Jorja Wilkinson Design L97 Jorja Wilkinson Design produces beautiful fabrics and handmade interior products. The collections draw inspiration from the colours and geometric patterns of 1960s' wallpapers. We love this graphic rooster print.

Tea cup and teabags — by The Tea Shed L79

Born and brewed in Northumberland, The Tea Shed is a new and exciting design-led tea and teaware company. Their perfectlypackaged range of various teas with usable cups make the perfect gift product for your store.

Framed prints — by Vintage Playing Cards G9 Vintage Playing Cards have released this classic range of framed prints to give any kitchen or home a charming touch of nostalgia.

Lamp — by Present Time M20

We’ve spotted the perfect desk accessory in this brightlycoloured lamp! Present Time's contemporary design adds a bit of fun to the home or the office.

A-Z mugs — by Cubic L40

This A-Z range of ‘Magpie’ ceramic mugs from Cubic are visually eye-catching and unique in their design. Select from a range of colours to complement your store’s offering perfectly in 2012.

Jugs — by Bobble P90

Designed by renowned industrial designer Karim Rashid, bobble is a reusable bottle that filters tap water as you drink. Bobble has now reinvented the filtered water Jug - perfect for the consumer market. The bobble Jug is the next generation in filter water jugs and will launch in December 2011. See it first at Top Drawer!

Table settings — by Rice A/S M2

These colourful handmade baskets and Italian tableware from Rice will make an eyecatching display in your store’s window. Their products aim to ‘colour you happy’ whether your buyers are washing, cleaning, baking or relaxing at home.

London teatowels — by Victoria Eggs N95

New to Top Drawer, Victoria Eggs creates playful contemporary designs for an exclusive collection of homewares, gifts and clothing. Their designs are simple, quirky and eye-catching and celebrate a love for all things British.

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A luxurious mix of candles, home scents, fragrances and bath & body gift products. Coloured diffusers — by Mr & Mrs Fragrance R40

Exclusive to Top Drawer, Italian brand Mr & Mrs Fragrance make their collections of fragrance reed diffusers into full-blown decorating accessories. Brimming with personality, style and high-tech concepts, these diffusers are sure to be a hit with your buyers in 2012.

Bath & body range — by BLEND Collective S21

Launching at Top Drawer, BLEND Collective is a unique collaboration of leading essential oil experts who have created an exceptional range of truly natural bodycare. This graphic range from BLEND is guaranteed to stand out on your shelves this spring.

Additional brands include Abahna/Aroma Works/ Ashleigh & Burwood/ B Organic/Bahoma/Blend Collective/Compagnie de Provence/D.G Distribution/ Emma's Soap/Honeyball Soap/House of Provence/Kew Garden/La Luna C/Malee/ Max Benjamin/Mr & Mrs Fragrance/NEOM/NV/The Renovation Store/The Country Candle Co. /The Handmade Soap Co/Wat Soap/Urban Apothecary and many more... For a full exhibitor list please visit or see page 28 16

Boxed candles — by NV Candles Q30

NV create mood-enhancing, luxury scented candles made from natural soy wax and the finest quality fragrances. Beautifullypackaged, with scents from oriental spices to delicate florals, their candles offer everyday opulence at an affordable price.

Perfume — by The Renovation Store Q40

We love the dark Tokyo Milk ranges, with their new fragrances and perfumes in funky dark packaging. Add a bit of spice to your Wellbeing offer this spring.

Candle — by Urban Apothecary London R25

New for S/S12 and launching exclusively at Top Drawer , find Urban Apothecary's new range of luxurious scented candles and home fragrance diffusers on stand R25.

Bath set — by The Green Giving Company G7

Soaps — by Branche d’Olive R19

The Izola have produced this vintage-inspired bath set, which will look fabulous on any shelf in-store or in the home.

Perfume — by Lothantique Q2

Lothantique make products for everyday wellbeing, with natural products, respecting traditional provencal know-how from France. Their equally-giftable Amelie et Melanie range is classically-packaged for ultimate commercial appeal.

Branche d’Olive produce soaps for every bathroom in a range of colours and perfumes, with bath products and home fragrances from Provence to complement the home. We love the range of colours, and their rustic design.

Glass Candle — by Wild Planet Products Q1

Wild Planet use the highest quality natural & organic ingredients blended with pure essential oils to produce exquisitely-designed and luxurious scented products like these glass-encased candles.

Vintage soaps — by D G Distribution R21

These vintage-inspired soaps from exclusive brand D G Distribution do what they say on the tin, with a range of perfumed soaps to keep your customers smelling fresh in the new year.

Vintage soaps — by The Handmade Soap Company R29

Mixing new cosmetic savvy and traditional formulations, The Handmade Soap Co. offers one-of-a-kind, handmade beauty treats, which perform and pamper. The Handmade Soap Co. is based on good old fashioned values; using only the finest quality natural ingredients, avoiding modern chemical nasties and wrapping everything up in standout, vintage packaging.

15–17 January 2012 Earls Court One, London


Gold Bracelet — Mint Design T25

We love this intricately designed gold cuff, a perfect addition to any outfit day or night. Add a splash of glamour with Mint’s Orissa collection, pieces you can wear with anything to any occasion.

Accessories that are inseason, bold and original; from jewellery to scarves and everything fashion in between. Heart Earrings — by Kathy Jobson Jewellery TDC14

All of Kathy Jobson jewellery designs are unique and affordable so that your customers can build up a collection of these desirable pieces, starting with these beautiful handmade silver heart earrings, the perfect gift.

Additional brands include

Alison van der Lande/ Banyan/Bee Jewellery/ Big Metal/Blue Bird Boutique/Carrie Elspeth/ Coeur De Lion/Dee Two/ Drift/Eliza Gracious/Fabel Design/Lalo/Lizas/Lucas Jack/Maracuja/Martick Jewellery/Orelia/Ottoman Hands/Pink Powder/Ruby Rocket/Tara Bazaar/The Real Pearl Company/Vanil and many more... For a full exhibitor list please visit or see page 28 18

Stone Ring — by Ottoman Hands T12 Add a touch of ‘exotic’ to your jewellery offering with this one of-a-kind handcrafted ring by Ottoman Hands. This Turkish inspired collection offers unique and beautiful pieces exclusive to your store and at affordable prices.

Horse Bracelet — by Mirabelle V15

Bridging the gap between high street and high end, Mirabelle’s designs are characterised by a love of texture, form and natural materials.

Butterfly Necklace — by Mint Design T25

Bamboo Horn Rings — by Fabel TDC4

Designer Sophie Chandler creates stunning wearable designs, inspired by vintage classics and unconventional materials. The fabel range complements the contemporary and traditional wardrobe. New designs and colours are introduced seasonally so there is always something new to get excited about!

Inspired by nature, this beautifully quaint butterfly necklace is the perfect addition to your store's jewellery offering this season.

Lucky Seven Leather Bracelet — by Kutuu V12

Kutuu design and create jewellery for adventures, for saying 'thank you' or 'I love you', to mark a new beginning or to celebrate a milestone. Add some feeling to your jewellery offering with these quaint lucky seven bracelets and accompanying sentiment card.

Twin wrap bracelet — by Qudo (Lizas) U8

Made from the finest Italian nappa-leather these confident and timeless bracelets are just what your store needs. With an array of premium designs, there is something for everyone with the new Qudo collection.

Stone drop gold earrings — by Rodgers&Rodgers W31

These beautiful earrings with semi-precious stones are just one of the many individually designed pieces from the Rodgers&Rodgers collection. With their luxurious and distinguished design, these classic pieces are must haves for your store’s collection.

Leather handbags — by Ouch Bags Y2

Multi -functional is the hot topic this season! Why buy two bags when one will do the job – and in spectacular style! Ouch London’s latest creations mean linings transform into shoulder bags, and whole bags can be reversed with bright, fun linings to give a different look and mood. Embark on a journey of self discovery as Ouch reveal 11 new collections! The colours reflect the mood of each collection, from paprikas and mustards to vibrant strawberry reds, and yellows.

Floral Lounge Wear — by Caro London R60

Caro London launches the new print ranges in their ever popular kimonos, loungewear, cosmetic bags and accessories for Spring 2012. With the emphasis on exclusive prints, design detailing and colour. Expand your fashion offering with this beautiful collection.

15–17 January 2012 Earls Court One, London


Beautiful and luxurious stationery, gift wrap, bespoke greetings cards and products where illustrative designs come to life.

London Gift Wrap — by Lagom Design D36

Additional brands include

Abrams & Chronicle Books/ Archie Grand/Art Angels/Artpress Publishing/Barbara Wiggins/ Belly Button Designs/Brainbox Candy/Clear Creations/Coles Pen Company/Custard/Five Dollar Shake/Globe Enterprise/Julie Bell/Laura Darlington Design/ Laurence King Publishing/LIZ & PIP/Octopus Publishing/Paper High/Paper Salad/Publishers Group UK/Rosie Wonders/Select Cards UK/T Squared/Takkoda Publishing/Twice as Nice/Urban Graphic/Vintage Playing Cards/ Visoni/YCUK and many more...

For a full exhibitor list please visit or see page 28 20

Lagom’s ethos is to get things ‘just right’ and they have done just that with this wonderful London inspired gift wrap, suitable for all occasions. Get the balance just right with their latest collections of gift wrap, cards and stationery.

Queen Card — by Rosie Wonders A1

We love Rosie Wonders' kooky and original greetings cards, especially this ‘Q is for Queen’ card featured in her ABC range. With the Queen's Jubilee just around the corner, this card is a guaranteed best- seller!

Banksy Cards — by TeNeues K65

Banksy’s iconic street-art is one of many new designs featured in their new collection alongside new lines of books, calendars, diaries and journals which also feature work from a large list of fine artists. Find something for everyone with TeNeues’ new collections.

Animal Cards — by HAM Q89

HAM is a new quirky gift and homeware brand that captures unexpected moments from the contented lives of a pig, a horse and a rabbit. Products include these wonderful luxury greeting cards, premium cotton tea towels, and fine bone china mugs.

Oh la la Card — by Cardelicious A6

‘Feel the love’ with Cardelicious’ new and contemporary Valentine's range. These cards are guaranteed to make your customers fall head over heels in love! Ideal for Valentine's and great all year round!

Multi-coloured Notebooks — by Sloane Stationery D50

Handmade in Britain by classically trained bookbinders, these brightly coloured linen covered books would brighten up any desk or handbag. Add a splash of style to your store with these luxurious books.

Black & White Card — by Lagom Design D36

Flower Card — by Artpress E6

Giftwrap — by Esme Winter in Spotted

ABC Tape — Cavallini Papers & Co Inc M18

We love the gothic feel of this Love Is The New Black card. Unearth a plethora of unique black and white inspired cards designed by Therese Sennerholt.

Presentation is everything, especially with this fabulous new 100% recycled wrapping paper range from London based designer Esme Winter. Give something special to your store this season.

ArtPress publishes beautifully designed contemporary greeting cards and will be showcasing the images of an inspirational mix of printmakers, illustrators, fine artists and photographers. Be among the first to see their brand new catalogue and exciting collection of quirky and eminently stylish card designs.

It’s easy as ABC with Cavallini & Co’s fantastic alphabet sticky tape. Drawing on rich pieces of ephemera, hand-colored engravings and other beautiful art from the Cavallini archives, they strive to retain the integrity and authenticity of the images integrated into their products.

15–17 January 2012 Earls Court One, London


A treasure trove of lovable kids’ products, from toys and games to clothes and accessories.

White Cardboard Ship — by Asobi H40

Asobi continue to supply fantastic, creative and fun to play with toys whilst maintaining an eco friendly and green approach. We love this quirky cardboard ship and we think you will too.

Knitted Crayons — by Jennie Maizels G10

These quaint and colourful knitted crayons are a fun addition to any store. Jennie has designed a fabulous collection of fabrics to delight and surprise both children and parents alike, see her on stand G10.

Additional brands include Asobi/Believe You Can/ Best Years/Bob & Blossom/ Cabbie Kids/Carddies/Dijjie/ Eleventyone/Fill & Tell/Inch Blue/Kidsonroof/Kitty Kay/ Lanka Kade/Little Plum/ Loo Designs/Looby/Martin/ Gulliver Designs/Millie Green/ Minene/Nature's Purest/Petit Jour Paris/Pre Shoes/Qatch/ Raggy Tag/Rainbow Designs/ Stamp Creative/The Little Dog/Laughed/Tiny Todds/ White Rabbit and many more... For a full exhibitor list please visit or see page 28 22

Child's Coin Purse — by Wren from Cubic L40

This cute purse is one of many in the Wren range, and is the perfect little pouch for that hard-earned pocket money. With a variety of colours and designs to choose from you’ll find the perfect accessory to suit your store's offering.

Tractor Breakfast set — by Tractorland J65

Discover a world of real life farming with Tractor Ted's fantastic range of children’s giftware and toys. Bring the outside in with their popular range of dvds, books and their new clothing line for boys aged 2-6.

Girls Tea Party — by Tutu du Monde H2

Enter the wonderland of Tutu du Monde, with exquisite tutus laced with fairytale tulle, sparkling sequins, beautiful bows and rosettes so fabulous they'll have every little girl dancing with delight! Add a splash of vintage and make every little girls dream with these pretty clothes and fabulous accessories.

Wooden Blocks — by Asobi H40

These wooden building blocks are both educational and fun. Featuring ornate images, letters and even Japanese characters, they are a beautiful and sustainable gift for children.

Star Board Shorts — by Toby Tiger H15

We love these adorable baby board shorts a perfect addition to your store's S/S range. Find these and all the classics of the Toby Tiger ranges with new lovely appliqués and gift sets on stand H15.

Toy Duck — by Vidar H16

Handcrafted and hand-painted wooden figures of unsurpassed quality. Superb range of play vehicles made from solid beech, suitable for under 3’s. Toddler toys, mobiles, children’s room accessories, rocking horses and more. All wood is sustainably sourced.

Cardboard Pelican & Nest — by Kidsonroof J15

Using recycled cardboard, organic cotton, and beech wood, Kidsonroof have a sustainable approach to play time. They design ecological and original products for children, with every year new comes surprising new products.

Vintage Stationery Set — by Madame Chalet E70

Madame Chalet presents an eclectic range of gifts, cards and home-accessories for both children and adults. Inspired by nostalgic Swiss culture, her collection includes 'Say It' badges & magnets, pocket mirrors, greeting cards and notebooks.

15–17 January 2012 Earls Court One, London


ONE BADGE, TWO SHOWS. TOP DRAWER + HOME THE DEFINITIVE NEW HOMEWARES AND INTERIOR ACCESSORIES SHOW 15-17 JANUARY 2012, EARLS COURT 2 WWW.HOME-LONDON.NET Running alongside Top Drawer in Earls Court 2 is Home, the UK’s most exciting NEW show, showcasing the very best in homewares and interior accessories. Home features over 160 leading UK and international brands, chosen for quality, innovation and commercial appeal and brought together for the very first time in the heart of London. Source from modern and classic collections, award-winning designs and inspirational ideas to suit your budget, all in the FIRST buying opportunity of the year.

HOME: THE DEFINITIVE NEW HOMEWARES + INTERIOR ACCESSORIES SHOW “Home is the event you’ve been waiting for. Running alongside Top Drawer this January, our brand new home and interior accessories show is packed full of exciting new products and exclusive launches, featuring hand-picked collections from the best brands and companies in the business. Many years in the planning, Home focuses on a carefully vetted selection of highquality, innovative and stylish products with broad commercial appeal, realistically priced for retail. We have travelled the world, scouring the potteries at Delft to finding textiles from the last vertical mill in the UK, in our quest to find that elusive product that will become your next bestseller. We hope you’ll be delighted by what you discover at Home.” Ian Rudge: Launch Director, Clarion Events.


INTERNATIONAL DESIGN IN THE HEART OF LONDON This January, make Home your first stop for the very best international homeware and interior accessories from around the world. The UK’s most exciting NEW launch will showcase the very best international companies so that you can buy original and innovative design... without leaving the country! Alessi (Italy), Design House Stockholm (Sweden), GreenGate (Denmark), SERAX (Belgium), XL Boom (Belgium), Eva Solo (Denmark), blomus (Germany), KOZIOL (Germany), Seletti (Italy), FLUX (Netherlands), Fatboy (Netherlands), Jansen + co (Netherlands), Royal VKB (Netherlands), Pappelina (Sweden), Marimekko (Finland), La Lamp Gras (France), Ferm Living (Denmark), ZACK (Germany), BUILT (USA), Fristad Industri (Sweden), Ary Trays (Sweden) and many more…

WORLD EXCLUSIVE LAUNCH Introducing Blue D1653 by Royal Delft: F22 Call it contemporary nostalgia, new originality or the purest form of Dutch Design; Blue D1653 brings together the best design of two eras in one collection. Combining the timehonoured trade of the master painters, with the powerful design of modern Dutch designers, Royal Delft are appearing at Home for their exclusive European relaunch and will not be found at any other UK trade event this Spring.

CELEBRATING BRITISH BRAND HERITAGE AT HOME As well as playing host to the crèmede-la crème of international brands, Home is proud to promote uniquely British design at Home. Discover new woollen accessories collections from heritage brands such as Bronte, who celebrate the 175th anniversary of their mill in 2012, and preview fabulous new homeware launches from AC Hainsworth who also produce the uniforms of the Buckingham Palace Royal Guards. Source new collections from London-based designers black + blum, Ella Doran and Michelle Mason and celebrate new developments from Stoke-on-Trent’s potteries where companies such as Repeat Repeat, Reiko Kaneko and The New English are producing contemporary ceramics in a historic district.

Royal Delft F22 SCP E2

HOme brand listings - over 160 brands are appearing at home 5ml design collective (J24) 95% Danish (D30) 95% Dutch (D30) Alessi Spa - Italy (F40) Alex Garnett (D42) Alex R (E65) Alison Appleton Ltd (F45) Andrew Tanner Design (J28) Angel Linens (B43) Anorak (Aa23) Ary Trays AB (F12) ashortwalk Ltd (H42) Authentics (E20) Baci Milano (G20) Barbara Coupe (C36) Betty Boyns (B47) Bianca Lorenne (A22) Black + Blum (F2) block (F49) blomus GmBh (E10) Blue Dot Pottery (D59) Bluebellgray (B42) bojje (C42) BoSign (D30) Bronte (C2) Brookpace Lascelles (A33) Built (G22) Cape Henley (B57) Capventure (G20) Chairworks (A37) CHH Design (E57) Chase and Wonder (C48) Chia Maria (E59) Chocolate Creative (D44) Clare Nicolson (B60) Coach House (A2) Collectively Artisan (Aa30) Content by Conran (D10) Deckchairstripes Ltd (Aa26) Design House Stockholm (G30) Design Ideas (D30) Design Instinct (E51) Donna Wilson (J46) Dreamfarm Europe BV (J43A) Edge of Belgravia (J63) Ella Doran Design(H10) Emily Readett-Bayley Ltd (C32) Ernest and Matilda (A40) Etoile Home (A29) Eva Solo(D30) Fairmont & Main Ltd (F50) Fatboy (F30) Ferm LIVING (D30) Flux (E42) Formation Collection (F57) Garden Trading (D32) Gilberts (D12)

Grand Illusions (B22) Green Pioneer (H50) Green&Blue (D50) GreenGate (C22) HeadSprung Ltd (H43) Heart Zeena (D57) Hive (G44) Iittala (H32) iWOODESIGN (C45) j-me (H2) Jansen+co (H30) Je Vous En Prie (J60) Jennifer Rowland (D62) Jenny Duff (F60) John Green (D43) Jonathan Adler (D16) Karlsson (H22) Keramica (H44) Kinto (D30) Kiss Her by Bianca Hall (C51) Kitsch Kitchen (J29) Klickity (E44) Konstantin Slawinski (D30) Kosta Boda (G12) KOZIOL ideas for friends (E12) Kvadrat (D30) L-Living (B32) Lampe Gras (J16) Leff Amsterdam (E42) Leitmotiv (H22) Leonora Hammond (G62) Linda Bloomfield (G58) Lindsey Lang Design (H60) little walton bank (C49) LSA International (E32) Lush Designs (C59) MAKE International (J20) Manostiles (G42) Marimekko (G32) Mibo (B45) Michelle Mason (C53) millergoodman (J44) Mini Moderns (J41) Monno Bone China (A43) Moores Home and Garden (A31) Mumo (C46) MyDrap (H49) Natural History (A39) New House Textiles (C40) Nick Munro (J40) Nordic Design Forum (J59) NUD Collection by Frinab (J2) Orrefors (G12) Orskov (D30) Outlook Design Italia (E50) Pappelina AB (J32) People Will Always Need Plates (G60)

Perigot (H20) Piet Hein Eek (E42) Places and Spaces (G10) Platrix Ltd (H40) PLUMEN (J22) pr home (D39) Product of your Environment (F58) Ragged Rose (B31) Rawxclusive (F59) Reiko Kaneko (E63) Repeat Repeat (J42) RIG-TIG (G2) Room39 Ltd (D52) Rosendahl (G12) Rowlett Rutland Ltd (J6) Royal VKB (F22) Royal VKB/ BlueD1653 (F22) Sagaform (F20) Salt & Pepper (F10) Scanwood (D30) Scarlet & Argent (C19) Scatter Box (B40) SCP (E2) Seletti - Italy (E40) Serax NV (C20) Showroom Finland (J30) Sibona (C11) Snowden Flood (Aa57) Snowhome (D40) STELTON (G2) Strikaholic (C39) Sue Ure Ceramics (D60) Surfacephilia (E41) The Halcyon Collection (B41) The New English Ltd (J10) The New Rocker Company (D41) The Source UK Ltd (J34) This is a Limited Edition (C30) Thornback & Peel (E60) TM Designs (G59) Tweedmill Textiles Ltd (B39) Wanted (H22) Whitbread Wilkinson W2 Products (H12) Wireworks (H41) Wooden Radio (B59) Woven Oak (D45) xl boom (G40) ZACK (F42) Zixag (D30) Zwart Goud (J43B)

15–17 January 2012 Earls Court One, London


How to find us... In order to ensure you journey to Top Drawer & Home is stress free, please see our travel recommendations below.


he easiest and most direct route to the show will be to travel to West Brompton station on either: - The underground (District line) to West Brompton station. - The overground train to West Brompton station. Alternatively, you can travel to Earls Court station (see below), however please note, it is approximately a 10 minute walk from the station to the main entrance. - Take the Piccadilly line tube to Earls Court station. - Take the District line tube to Earls Court station

Your badge will allow you admission into both Top Drawer and our launch show Home, both of which can be accessed through the main entrance, highlighted on the map below, please note: There is only one entrance. Earls Court is centrally located in London, and we have been busy finding great places for you to eat, and affordable places for you to stay nearby should you need accommodation throughout the show. For more information on travel, accommodation, parking and places of interest in London please visit

Upon arrival a newly designed tunnel* will present a showcase of products, guiding you through to Top Drawer and Home, offering you a preview of some of the product launches you will find inside the shows.

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DESIGNED WITH YOUR BUSINESS IN MIND 15–17 January 2012 Earls Court One, London


750 Hot List A & C Jewellery / Aarevelo & Idea International / Abahna - The Ceremony of Bathing / Abigail Mill Design) / Addject / Aianna / Air Puppy Limited / A Keles / Alec's Cards / Alice Palace / Aliroo / Alison van Company / Amanda Coleman / Amanda Ross / Amelie Fashion Accessories / amet & ladoue / Amica Another Studio for Design / Anzu / Apple Green Duck / Archie Grand / Archiscape / Archivist / Aromatika / Publishing / The Art Rooms / Ashiana Jewellery and Accessories / Ashleigh & Burwood / ASOBI / Aspiga / Banyan Jewellery / Barbara Wiggins / Bay Design / Beads World / Becky Baur / Believe You Can / Bellio Candles / Best Years / BETTY & BETTS / Betty Worm / Beverley Hewitt Designs / Big Metal / Bill Brown Bags Bombay Duck / Bomo Art / Boo/Peak & Brim Hats / Boo Boo Products / Booth Design / B Organic Skincare Fragrances / Brooke Green English Organics / Butterfly Blue / Buttongirl Designs / By Elise / byLouLou Graphics / Candyhouse / Canova Gifts / Carddies: Card People to Colour and Go / Cardelicious / Cards For Catch Publishing / Catherine Tough Textiles / Cavallini Papers & Co Inc / Caxton / Ceannis / Ceramic Industry Choc / Choi Time Teas / Chris Lewis / Christopher Simpson / Cinnamon Aitch / Claire Giles Design / Clare Cutts / Clippykit / Clothes Plasters / Coco Rose / Coeur De Lion / Cole of London / Comic Art / Compagnie de Country Candle Company / Courgette Cards / Creamore Mill / Cronus Watches / Cubic / Culinary Concepts / / Dean Morris Cards / Dee Barnes - Midas / Dee Two / Demoda / Design Collections / D.G Distribution / Dijjie spots / Jo Downs Handmade Glass / Dribblebuster / Drift Classics / Dry Red Press / Earth Squared / Eastar / / Eliash Jewellery / Eliza Gracious / Emily Maude / Emma's Soap / Emma Ginnever Jewellery / Emma Wrap / Izola / Everything Environmental / Evie & Me / Fabel / Fallen Fruits Limited / Febronie / Fenella Packaging / Flytrap / Folkmanis Puppets / Framed Vision / Frances Lincoln / Franchi Seeds of Italy / Frank Parker / Gatti Sonia Maria / Gellie Design / Giant Sparrows / Giftwarehouse (Europe) / Giftwrap UK / GiGi Cottage / Globe Enterprise / Gloople / Glover and Smith / Goodlookers / Gracie J Designs / Graduate Soap Company / HartDeco / Hazel Atkinson Jewellery / Heaven Jewellery/Portfolio / Heaven Scent Incense Press / Hot Tomato / House of Provence / Hunky Dory Designs / Hype Associates / / I AM / Inspired Treasures / Intelligent Retail Limited / Jackie Brazil / Jacqueline Headlam / Jade Sum / Jan / Jewelcity / Jimeale Inc/Cabbage White / Jo Edwards / Jonny Kimber Scarves / Jorja Wilkinson Design / Kapre / Kat-Aromatherapy / Kate Hamilton-Hunter Studio / Katherine Caldwell Illustrated Collections / / Kitty Kay - Make & Sew / KRASZNAI / Kris - Ana / Krukker Ceramics / Kutuu / Ladies Who Lunch / Lancaster and Gibbings / Lanka Kade / La Petite Maison / Laura Darrington Design / Laura Sherratt Designs Lesser Spotted Images / Leuchtturm 1917 / Lili Design / Lilou et Loïc / Lily Belle / Lime Cards / Linoking / Little Plum / LIZ & PIP / Lizzytish / London Ornaments / Lonetree Cards / Looby Lou Designs / Lora waterman / Lovett & Co / Lucilla Lavender / LUCKY EYES / Lucky Lychee / Lunn Antiques / Mac & Ninny Maison Bengal / Malée Natural Science / Manik Manik / Manumit Fair Trade / Maracuja / Margo Selby / Mask-arade / Max Benjamin / May Arts Ribbon / Mclaggan Smith Mugs / Medley Jewellery / Mia Lia / Milly / Mistral Neyret / Miyabi / Modern Primatives / Mr and Mrs Fragrance / MTL Distribution / Mulhouse O'Donovan Design and Publishing / Natural Bubbles / Naturally Med / Natural Notebook Company (NNC) / London / Nicolson & Showell / Nkuku / Noi Publishing / Noted / Nour London / Nouv-elle GB / NV Candles Old Bag Company / Olive&Moss / OMYGOD / On a string / One Button / Onya Bags / Open Box Design / Orelia Look East Australia) / Over the Moon / Owen Barry / Owen Barry / Jewellery & Co / Pango Productions / of Mind (POM) / Pearl and Black / Pearls of the Orient (Wholesale) / Pell Mell / Pennychoo / Peony Scarves / Pintail Candles / Pioneros / Pip Portley / Polie Pottery / Pollyfields / Poltsa / Pomegranate / Pootle / Posh UK / Qatch / Quail / qudo / Quintessential / Quintessentially English / Raggy-Tag / Rainbow Designs / Wilson Ceramics / RJB Stone / Rocks Watch / Rodgers&Rodgers / Roisin Cafferty / Rosebud Photography Designs / Rukhsana Jewellery / Ruth Lednik / Ryland Studios / Salt / Samantha Holmes Alpaca / Sandy Selborne Pottery / Select Cards UK / Shannonbridge Pottery / Shrieking Violet Flower Jewellery / Shruti Simple Things / Siren Silver / Siz Ellie / Sloane Stationery / Smith and Canova / Snapdragon / SO-B by Börre Sooshichacha / Sophie Allport / Soul Water / Spanish & Sisters / Spirit of Phoenix / Spring Valley Interiors Tail / Stockwell Ceramics / Stoneglow Candles / Stuart Gardiner Design / Stubbs Mugs / Sugalily / Sunshine Switchfriends / Taisir Gibreel / Takkoda / Talbot Fashions / Tales from the Earth / Talking Tables / Tamielle / Thames and Hudson / Thang Tho / The Elegant Emporium / The Gourmet Trotter Company / the green Real Pearl Co / The Renovation Store / The Sari Express Company / The Strawberry Card Company / The Wholesale / Tom Dickins / Torba / Torn Edge / Tracks Publishing / Tractorland / Treasure Tree / True Grace / Limited / Twice / TWICE AS NICE / TYLER & TYLER / U:kwenza / Undercover / Urban Apothecary London / Playing Cards / V.I.P DESIGN Please dont forget the dots / Visoni / Vivid Colours / Voyage Jewellery / VV Co / White Rabbit England / Wild About Silver / Wild and Wolf / Wildcard Company / Wild-Olive / Wild Planet


Brand list correct as of 2 December 2011 - as supplied by the featured exhibitors. Please visit for the most up-to-date information.

Embroidery / Abrams & Chronicle Books / Absolutely Divine / Abstract Greetings / ACID (Anti Copying In der Lande / ALKEMI / Allihopa / Alljoy Design / Allsorted / The Almanac Gallery / The Alternative Image Accessories/ Feltworks / AmicaMea / AMISHI LONDON / Angelic Hen / Annie Little / Annie Sherburne / Aroma Works / Art Angels Publishing / Artbox / Artemisia Originals / Artifactually / Artisan Life / ArtPress Attic Art Publishing / Avoca Handweavers (1974) / Azuni / Babooshe / Baggee / Bahoma / Balloon Bijoux / Organics / Belltrees Forge Limited / Belly Button Designs / Berni Parker Designs Limited / Best Kept Secrets / Bird / Blaze Designs / BLEND collective / Bluebird Boutique / Blue Eyed Sun / Bob & Blossom / bobble / / Brainbox Candy / Branche d'Olive / Bridge in the Box / Bright Ideas / British Tags / Brooke and Shoals / Byron & Brown / Cabbie Kids / Cable and Cotton / Cadogan Cufflinks & Gifts / C and C hats / C&W heArt Art's Sake / Cardtastic / Caro London / Carol Ridler Limited / Carrie Elspeth / Carrol Boyes Functional Art / Forum / Chaos Brothers UK / Chaos Leather / Charlotte Macey Textiles / The Chocolate Factory / Choc on - Printmaker / clear creations / Clere Vision / CLICLOC Watch / Clifton cakes / Clinton Banbury Illustration Provence / Cool Trade Winds / Copper Beech Publishing / Cottage Frames Limited / Cotton Productions / The Custard / D & X / Dallaiti SNC / D & X / Daniela Sigurd Jewellery / Davis and Brown by Clare Davis / DCUK / Dimbleby Ceramics / Dipingo Designs / Dominique Mosley / Doochy / Dora Designs / Doricmor / dots and East of India / Easton Design Studio / ECP Design / Eggnogg / Electrickery / Elena Deshmukh / Eleventyone Lonsdale / English Accent / Enhance Accessories / Esmie / Ethel Gardening Gloves / Etnika / Evergreen Smith Tableware / Tony Fernandes / Fill & Tell / Fiona Hutchinson / Five Dollar Shake / Fleet Promotional Neikes / Funky Fings / Funky Jewellery / Funky Little Darlings / FuzzyNation / Gabriela Rose / Gabrielle New York / Gil Fox Hat Designs / Gill Laverick Contemporary Jewellery / Ginta / Girls & Pearls / Glebe Collection / Graphic Image / Gwendolen / HAM / Hammamas UK / Handmade By Hayley / The Handmade / Heaven Sends / The Herdy Co / Heyland & Whittle / Historystore Limited / Holy Mackerel / Hot Off The MERRYL / Icon Watches / Ilustris Publishing / Imajo / Inch Blue / Incognito / India Room / Innocent Chaos Constantine / Jarapa Natural & Recycled Home Interiors / Jax Jewellery / Jellycat Limited / Jenny Wiscombe JOYA / Judith Brown Jewellery / Julie Bell / Juliette At Home / Just Cards Direct / Just Trade / Kapdaa / Kathy Jobson Jewellery / Katy & June / Kazuri & Zsiska / Kidsonroof / kiki charms / The Kimmy Collection DEK EV A.S. Trading as Ladybug Home / Lagom Design / Laidback Apparel / Lalo Treasures / La Luna C / / Lavan Designer Jewellery / L C Designs Co / Leap Clothing / Leather UnLimited / Les Ateliers Creatifs / Cards / Lip International / Lisa Stickley London / Lisa Young Ceramic Design / Lisbeth Dahl / Little Magnolia Verner Designs / Lothantique - Amélie et Mélanie / Lotusfeet / Lou Mills / Love Molly / LoveRocks by mikey Paper Company / Madame Chalet / Madaraff Limited / Madelcar S.A. / Mad Lou Publishing / Mafana / Marlene Hounam / Marrakashi / Martick Jewellery / Martine Wester Jewellery / Martin Gulliver Designs / Green / Milu Me Fabric Bra Straps / Minene UK / Mint Design / Mirabelle / Miss Etoile / Miss Short Hair Design Company / Multiply Design / Munton & Corbett - Tableware Reborn / Myi4d / Nannapas / Natalie Natures Purest / Navigate / Nella Cards / Nellies Patch / NEOM / New Overseas Traders / Nicky James / Nico / Oakleaf Candles / Obiko / Ochre Cashmere / Octopus Publishing / Odey Publications / Olata Fashions / The / / Oriele Bronze / Otis Jaxon/Embers / Ottoman Hands / Ouch Bags / Out of Asia (Formerly Paper Salad / Parks (London) / Parkside Accessories / Past & Present / The Paula Bolton Collection / Peace Peppertrees / Perdu Puzzles / Perla di Marina / Petit Jour Paris / Petra Boase / Photowrap / Pink Powder / Jewellery / Powell-Craft / PRANELLA / Present Time / Pre Shoes / Primrose Marketing / Publishers Group Raspberry Rose / Redback Cards / Red Turk Imports / Retreat Home / Rex International / Rice A/S / Richard / Rosehip Cards / Rose Madder London / Rosie Flo's Colouring Books / Rosie Fox / Rosie Wonders / Rouge Bay London / Santoro London / Sarah Sherrington Designs / Saskia / Scandi-chic UK / Scarlett Greetings / Designs / Sigal Distributions / Silver Service Jewellery / Simon Drew Gallery / Simon Kemp Jewellers / Olsen / Somerville Scarves / Something for the Girls / Sonia Spencer Designs / Sonya Bennett Jewellery / / The Square Card Company / Sranrom / Stamp Creative / Starchild / St Eval Candle Company / Sting in the Fashion Accessories / Susan Entwistle / Susan O Hanlon / Susi Winter Cards / Sweet William Designs / / Tara Inspirations / Temple Island Collection / teNeues Publishing UK / Terrace and Garden / Terramundi gables / The Herbi4 Pottery Co / The Honeybell Soap Company / The Little Dog / The Little Experience / The *TeaShed / Thinkgadgets / Think Of Me / Ticktech / TinyTodds / t o b s - The Old Basket Supply / Toby Tiger Truly Minka / Trumpers World / T Squared / Turtle Bags / Tutti & Co / Tutu du Monde / Tweedmill Textiles Urban Graphic / Urban Twist / Velvet Olive / Vendula London / Veritas Gifts / Victoria Eggs / Vidar / Vintage Rouleaux Limited / Watch this Space Accessories / What Katie Did Next / White Hide / Whitehouse Cox & Products / / Windsor & Woolf / Woody Collections / YCUK / Zayiana / Zigi Jewellery

15–17 January 2012 Earls Court One, London


The importance of online retailing Warren Knight, Co-Founder and Director, Gloople


or businesses to survive, they must adapt. For retailers in the 21st century, adaptation means tapping into the phenomenal potential of e-commerce. E-commerce is a global success story, increasing 25% to £480bn in 2010. Leading the way in Europe is the UK, where our per capita spend of £1141 is the highest in the world. Every year, 37million people shop online, supporting over 730,000 jobs and shipping over one billion parcels across the country. The world of e-commerce is not just a world of sales – it’s one of sharing. Social networking means 38% of 16-34 year olds, 25% of 35-54s, and 13% of over 55s share information about purchases every week. With the UK e-commerce market is defying the recession to grow at 16% per year, it’s no longer an option to opt out. To hear more about Online Retailing and how to adapt to the ecommerce trend, visit Warren’s seminar at Top Drawer this January.

To engage with your market, hear what they’re saying and measure your impact, you need to be where they are – online.

Warren Knight is an expert on Social Media and Online Retailing. He launched online ecommerce platform ‘Gloople’, to give retailers an easy way to move their businesses online. ‘Gloople’ has been selected as a finalist for the Innovation in E-Commerce Award by Econsultancy Innovation Awards for its ease of use and functionality.


with Top Drawer and Gloople! We are offering you an exclusive opportunity to win an online ecommerce platform, worth £3000! This fantastic prize is brought to you by Gloople, the UK’s first integrated social media and UK's first integrated social sharing e-commerce platform. Gloople is the perfect tool for managing your online activity, and was selected as a finalist for the Innovation in E-Commerce Award by Econsultancy Innovation Awards. Co-Founder, Director and social media guru Warren Knight is offering this fantastic prize to retailers who meet the below criteria: • In business less than 24 months • Turnover £100K or less • UK based business • Sell products in the UK • Have more than 20 products Is this you?! If so, please tell us in 30 words or less, why you could use a new online store by emailing Begin your answer with ‘I could use a new Gloople Online Store because…’ Competition is only open to retailers who pre-register and attend Top Drawer 15-17 January 2012. Winner will be announced after the show. Find out more about Gloople at

Meet the team - here to help. From left to right: Melissa Spanton, Taha Meziane, Fran Riddolls, Julie-Anne Scutt, Raj Gill, Michelle Prah, Ed Hubbard, Tiffany Hamilton-Atkins, Sian Denny

Raj Gill Show Director Taha Meziane Sales Director – Retail Portfolio

Fran Riddolls Marketing Communications Manager – Top Drawer Sian Denny Marketing Communications Executive

Ed Hubbard Sales Manager

Tiffany Hamilton-Atkins Senior Operations Executive

Michelle Prah Senior Sales Executive

Colette Warrender Operations Assistant

Julie-Anne Scutt Sales Executive

Julia Galbraith Marketing Manager – Retail Portfolio

Melissa Spanton Sales Executive

Nigel Carrier Retail Consultant

Sales Contact Number: 0207 370 8216 Marketing Contact Number: 0207 370 8208 Operations Contact Number: 0207 370 8079

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| Retail Portfolio Director |

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