Margin London August 2005
7th & 8th August 2005
10am til 6pm
The Music Rooms
Showcasing upscale streetwear & directional tailoring, MARGIN previews clothing and accessories ranges for Men and Women from 60 premium labels, including many new design start-ups.
Margin has been successfully running in London for 3 years. Key independent, department, and multiple stores, as well as buying groups and agencies from the UK, Europe and Japan, visit the central London venue of The Music Rooms over two days each February and August to discover and order from new labels. By keeping the selection of brands on offer tight and focused, Margin London has established itself as a must-visit show for buyers and street couture labels to do business.
Margin exists to promote young upscale streetwear and directional tailoring labels and was established to help new labels reach a wider buying and press audience.
Margin London was created out of necessity. Retailers travel the world looking for the next big thing but are never going to find it at a show whose costs prohibit fresh talent. The main drive of Margin London was to establish a show where new young labels could find an affordable platform to meet buyers, get orders, and grow their business.
Labels making their debut at Margin London in August 2005 include ARTBOX, BROKE BAMBOO, CUBAN VINTAGE, DISORDER, ELVIN CLOVIN, ENAMORE, FLYING EYEBALL, GALIBARDY, GLO 4LIFE, GORDON MCQUEEN, GROUND ZERO, ISLAND RECORDS, ITSUS, KULTE, LOOP NYC, LOREAK MENDIAN, MAMA CLOTHING, NYMPH, QWST, REKO, STEELO, STEREOTYPE, SUGARHILL, 3RD BORN, VILDERNESS, YAMAMA, YES NO MAYBE, and ZETO.
Labels back at Margin include: BECAUSE WE WERE BORED, DEPARTMENT OF WORKS, DEPHECT, GOODVIBES, HEIDI SEEKER, I SAVED LAURENCE, JUNKY STYLING, KOMODO, KONTAKT, LADY LUCK RULES OK, LAZY OAF, MARADA, MERTLE & GEORGE, NEW URBAN, NORTHERN SHIRTS, ONJOO MAC, PHEVA, REBE, SUPREMEBEING, 28 BLACK, UNIFORM, VAMP STAR, and X-LARGE.