Wgsn February 2003

Second edition of Margin London expands in size and scope

Apparel, February 9-10, London

Showcasing upscale streetwear, the second edition of Margin London has grown in size and scope. The February 2003 edition will preview clothing and accessories ranges for men and women by 35 unique labels, including many new design start-ups.The new Margin London venue, located in the Music Rooms in South Molton Lane, close to central shopping streets Oxford Street and Bond Street, provides a relaxed space to view collections.
Labels exhibiting include, Accidental Genius, Beth Graham, Blue Camper Van, Block Headwear, Bond International, Broke Bitter N Twisted, Cast Off, Electricity, Electronic Sheep, Emma Levine, Exact Science, Gama-Go, Loaf, Michael Keller, OK47, Reprezent, Shoplifters, Terratag, The Invisibles, U-ACT, Rainbow Knitwear, Upper Playground, Wanted Clothing and Wildlife Distribution.
The first edition of Margin London took place in August 2002 in the function space at The Light Bar, London, E1. Buyers and press from key stores and magazines in France, Ireland, Italy, Japan and the UK attended over two days to preview spring/summer 2003 collections from nine British and Japanese labels. Margin London was established to give new labels an affordable platform to reach a wider buying and press audience.

Margin runs concurrently with To Be Confirmed London now in its fourth season, which is held at Old Billingsgate Market, Lower Thames Street, London. Both shows along with new show FAO (February 16-17) will be battling to fill the void left by the now defunct long-running London streetwear show 40 Degrees.

Wgsn February 2003

Second edition of Margin London expands in size
Showcasing upscale streetwear, the second edition of Margin London has grown in size and scope. The February 2003 edition will preview clothing and accessories ranges for men and women by 35 unique labels, including many new design start-ups. The new Margin London venue, located in the Music Rooms in South Molton Lane, provides a relaxed space to view collections. The first edition of Margin London took place in August 2002. Buyers and press from key stores and magazines in France, Ireland, Italy, Japan and the UK attended two days of previews for the spring/summer 2003 collections of nine British and Japanese labels. Margin London was established to give new labels an affordable platform to reach a wider audience.

Margin London February 2003

MARGIN LONDON
Showcasing upscale streetwear, the second edition of MARGIN LONDON has grown in size and scope. The February 2003 edition will preview clothing and accessories ranges for Men and Women by 35 unique labels, including many new design start-ups.

VENUE
The new MARGIN LONDON venue, located close to Oxford Street & Bond Street, provides a relaxed space to view collections.
Venue: The Music Rooms, South Molton Lane, London W1
1 minutes walk from Bond Street Tube Station.

DATES
February 9th & 10th 2003, between 10am to 6pm.

EXHIBITORS
Labels exhibiting include:

Accidental Genius, Beth Graham, Blue Camper Van,
Block Headwear, Bond International, Broke Bitter N Twisted
Cast Off, Electricity, Electronic Sheep,
Emma Levine, Exact Science, Gama-Go,
GBH, Fish & Friend, Geek Boutique,
Get Casual, Hellcat, Hospital Radio
I Got Felt, Iggi, Imperfectionist,
Justine Smith, Loaf, Longshanks,
MATO, Michael Keller, Militia,
OK47, Rachael Matthews, Rainbow Knitwear,
Reprezent, Sewkits, Shoplifters,
Sinister Screw, Soake Di, Subsurface
Supremebeing, Terratag, The Invisibles
The Originals, U-ACT, Upper Playground,
Wanted Clothing, Wildlife Distribution, Yes

Margin London August 2002

MARGIN LONDON

LONDON

The first edition of MARGIN LONDON took place in August 2002.

The venue was the relaxed and comfortable Light Bar in E1.

Buyers from key stores and buying groups in France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, and the UK attended over two days to preview Spring/Summer 2003 collections from British and Japanese labels.

Key Stores from Japan such as Beams, United Arrows and Isetan attended alongside respected British independent stores including Hip in Leeds, Sakis in Sheffield, The Pineal Eye and Buddhahood (B Store) in London, and Brown Thomas in Dublin.

The next edition will take place in February (dates & venue to be confirmed).

Art + August 2002 + Sewkits

Sewkits

Sewkits
Sewkits are cross stitched record sleeves in miniature
available in kits to make them yourself.
All kits come with full instructions, needle, threads, cloth, and a cute square keyring to put the stitching in when you’ve finished.

Alfie - Sure and Simple Time The Strokes - Is this it Aphex Twin - Windowlicker
Chicks on Speed - Will Save Us AllFischerspooner - #1 Michael Jackson - Thriller
The Avalanches - Since I Left You Peaches - The Teaches of Peaches
Pieces by Sewkits were on display at Margin London in August 2002.

Margin London August 2002

Margin London August 2002 +
Block Headwear

Block Headwear

Bond International

Bond International

Hellcat

Hellcat

Rainbow Knitwear

Rainbow Knitwear

Sewkits

Sewkits

Soake Di

Soake Di

Drapers August 2002

NEWS Streetwear label Rainbow Knitwear has set up a trade show to showcase the work of small businesses and start-up designers. Margin London will run on August 11 and 12 alongside 40 degrees and To Be Confirmed. The show will feature 14-plus high-end streetwear exhibitors. Margin London is at The Light Bar, 233 Shoreditch High Street, London from 11am to 6pm both days.

Menswear August 2002


Margin London

MARGIN LONDON

MARGIN is a new event taking place in August for fashion buyers and press to preview forthcoming collections. A small-scale satellite show, MARGIN provides an alternative platform for exhibiting labels.

Venue: The Light Bar, Shoreditch High Street, EC1
5 minutes walk from Old Street and Liverpool Street
Located in The Lounge area on the top floor.
Dates: August 11th & 12th 2002.
Between 11am to 6pm.

Brands on show:

BLOCK HEADWEAR Mens Hats from New York
BOND INTERNATIONAL Smart skatewear from the famous London store
FIT SPORTSWEAR Mens and Womens leisurewear
HELLCAT Womens Directional shoes & accessories
ONOYES Wearable Art
RAINBOW KNITWEAR Mens and Womens Happy Knitwear
SEWKITS Cross-stitch kits of Album-covers
SOAKE DI Unique Printed garments from Japan
THE ORIGINALS Iconic T-shirt range