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Top Drawer reveals strong fashion line-up

Le 3 July 2018, 04:18 dans 0

Lifestyle trade show Top Drawer has announced a strong fashion line-up for its September edition, with more than 150 fashion accessories labels and jewellery brands taking part.

One of the highlights will be the launch of new jewellery and accessories platform, Capsule, alongside other fashion brands including Eduards Accessories, Tsai X Tsai, Vanile on the Rock, Dukley Jewelry and Hippstory.

Renowned jewellery brands include Thomas Sabo, Tatty Devine, Alex Monroe, Pernille Corydon and Louise Kragh will also be showcasing their latest collections, alongside Yawn, Elk, Cove, Sixton London, Adexe London, Schreif, The Casery, Roka London, Monica Maja Richardson and Nooki Design who will present their latest accessories and clothing lines.

Amongst the men’s brands are Scottish brand Kartel Watches, the patented Secrid men’s wallets, Swole Panda and Richings Greetham.

There will also be a number of unique handmade fashion and jewellery pieces from a selection of contemporary designers in the Craft section including Materia Rica, Alison Dupernex, Canga - Caroline Hall, Glover and Smith, Heather Power and Marmalade Designs Jewellery.

While in the curated new talent area, Spotted, young fashion designers Okan Ozevlat, Cinda Clark Design, Khrisnaa Shyam Designs, Hirsch and Kirsch, Alice Acreman Silks and Ishvari will all launch their accessories and jewellery collections.

Alejandra Campos, event director at Clarion Events said in a press release: “Top Drawer refreshes its offering every season by incorporating new concepts and segments. It embraces trends including lifestyle, fashion and global market developments, presenting brands that inspire whilst offer commercial appeal.

“Since launching in 2015 as a key show sector, Fashion has become the chosen platform for leading brands in fashion accessories and jewellery to showcase their new collections. From fashion boutiques and concept stores to museums, department stores and online retailers, each edition attracts the most successful retailers from the UK and overseas.”

Top Drawer continues to push fashion section

Campos added: “The launch of Capsule, together with our well-established new talent area, Spotted, is part of our commitment to promote and support start-ups and new designers – the young entrepreneurs of today are the elite of tomorrow.”

Top Drawer aims to offer buyers a one-stop shop to source from the very best design-led lifestyle brands and up-coming names with thousands of new products across Home, Gift, Craft, Wellbeing, Greetings and Stationery, Play and Spotted.

The strong fashion line-up follows the announcement in May that Top Drawer would be launching a kids edit, Play, which will feature fashion, accessories, toys and home decor to reflect the “dynamism, growth and diversity” of the children’s sector.

Top Drawer will take place from September 9-11 at Olympia in London.

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Swahili Fashion Week 2018

Le 25 June 2018, 10:24 dans Humeurs 0

Swahili fashion Week is one of the biggest annual fashion events in East and Central Africa. The event was created by Pan African couturier, Mustafa Hassanali in 2008 in order to provide a platform for fashion designers and personalities from Swahili speaking countries and beyond to showcase their talent, market their creativity and network with clientele and the international fashion industry. The event is held in Dar es Salaam and Nairobi.

This year’s event will be held on June 30th at the InterContinental Hotel, Nairobi. The showcase begins at 7.30 pm.

Tickets: VIP Front Row Seat KES 5,000/-, Advance KES 2,000/- and at the gate KES 3,000/-. The showcase aims to be a celebration of the success of our local fashion industry while working on taking the industry to the next level.

Some of this year’s categories include ‘fashion blogger of the year’, ‘stylist of the year’, ‘male & female models of the year’, and ‘fashion accessories designer of the year’. To nominate your favourite designer and personality, send their name and respective category nominated to awards@swahilifashionweek.com. You can also visit the Swahili Fashion Week website to vote.

Avoiding Online Shopping Scams

Le 11 June 2018, 06:05 dans Humeurs 0

Imagine getting a great deal on a jersey featuring your favorite sports team or athlete, only to receive an item that feels cheap, has a logo that's slightly off or even misspells the athlete's name. Worse yet, imagine it wasn't a bargain at all — imagine that you paid top dollar for such an item.

Such counterfeit goods constitute a massive worldwide industry. According to a study done by the International Trademark Association, the estimated value of international and domestic trade in counterfeit and pirated goods was $1.13 trillion in 2013. The group believes by 2022 the total estimated value of counterfeit and pirated goods is projected to reach $1.9-$2.81 trillion. According to the ITA, more than $460 billion in counterfeit goods were sold in 2016 in the United States.

Better Business Bureau Scam Tracker's Annual Risk Report for 2017 showed online purchase scams as the top-ranked scam reported by U.S. and Canadian consumers. Clothing, cosmetics and electronics were among the most-reported items purchased in the Scam Tracker reports.

According to BBB's report, consumers reported a median loss of $100 to online purchase scams. That can represent a significant luxury purchase or even a special gift that falls well short of expectations.

In one recent counterfeit scam, special agents with the U.S. Immigration and Custom Enforcement's Homeland Security Investigations Unit in March 2018 arrested four people in San Juan, Puerto Rico, who were suspected of marketing and selling numerous purported dietary supplements for male enhancement or weight loss. The suspects allegedly sold counterfeit cosmetics as well.

Another major counterfeit scam saw the February 2018 seizure of more than 170,000 counterfeit sports- and entertainment-related items with an estimated worth of $15.69 million. The year-long joint investigation by ICE, Homeland Security and U.S. Customs and Border Protection led to 65 arrests and 24 convictions.

In order to protect yourself from buying counterfeit goods, the Consumer Fraud Task Force offers the following tips:

Know your seller. Try to shop at a brand's own store or website or at an authorized dealer for the product. Ensure any website you're shopping is legitimate: Hover over links, make sure spelling and grammar is professional and double-check the URL and logo. It is easy for scammers to create a fake website imitating a brand in an attempt to lure consumers.

Avoid deals that are too good to be true. If you see an ad for something at an alarmingly low price, be careful. Large discounts could signal a counterfeit item. Don't click on ads you see online or follow links in unsolicited emails.

Beware of the online marketplace. When you purchase goods from online marketplaces, you don't have the opportunity to inspect the item before buying it. This increases the odds of it being counterfeit. If possible, inspect the item in person, and take it to an expert if it's a big-ticket item like art or jewelry.

Make sure it is licensed. When buying sports merchandise, find authentic licensed goods from official retailers and resellers on the official website of your favorite team or league. Authentic apparel will always have the correct fonts, colors and spelling, attached tags will usually have hologram stickers, and there won't be any loose threads or other signs of poor quality.

Report it. If you believe you have purchased counterfeit goods, do not resell the item. You are legally entitled to a refund or legitimate version, no matter what the seller's return policy is. Also file complaints with BBB, the state attorney general, the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service. If you believe you have found counterfeit merchandise online, report it to the FBI Internet Fraud Complaint Center.

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