Margin London February 2004
Showcasing upscale streetwear & directional tailoring, MARGIN LONDON will preview Autumn/Winter 2004/05 clothing and accessories ranges for Men and Women by over 80 unique labels, including many new design start-ups. We look forward to welcoming back key independent, department, and multiple stores, as well as buying groups, agencies, directional stylists and fahsion writers from the UK, Europe and Japan, to the central London venue of the Music Rooms to discover and order from new labels.
Over 50 mens labels will gather on the 8th & 9th February 2004. New ranges from brands such as Plek, Red Smoke, Supertom and Nacha (by Supremebeing), plus exciting UK debuts from the likes of Ubiquity and Branie help make Margin Mens a must-visit show.
This boutique-style trade exhibition for Womenswear in London has been praised by visitors for the tight-knit selection of brands on offer and the easily-negotiable show. WIth new collections from Yes, Iggi, and 1K, the Margin Womens edition now incorporates Margin Rocks, a distinct section of jewellery from new designers such as Defstar and Maria Lau. Taking place during London Fashion Week, the show has grown in size and scope.
MARGIN DATES & VENUE
Margin London takes place at The Music Rooms on South Molton Lane, for both the February 2004 editions of the Mens and Womens shows.
Mens labels will exhibit on the 8th and 9th of February 2004 and Womens collections on the opening weekend of London Fashion Week on the 15th and 16th of February 2004.
MARGIN x UBIQUITY
Ubiquity Records from California will be making their UK debut at Margin with their range of music-influenced Mens- and womens-wear. They have also sponsored the music for both Mens and womens editions and will be providing the soundtrack to both shows. In addition, Ubiquity Records have produced a limited edition Margin CD for visitors featuring tracks from fresh artists such as Greyboy and Nobody combined with rare funk finds from their extensive catalogue.
MARGIN x TANK THEORY x MURINA
Directional graphic supremos Tank Theory have reworked the Margin logo for the limited edition Margin t-shirt print. Produced and printed by Murina, the specialist US manufacturers of imprintable tees and sweatshirts, the t-shirt will be given to Margin visitors while stocks last.
SUBSURFACE – producing a custom installation in the bar area;
THEY MADE ME DO IT – collective of emerging UK graffiti artists;
CANVAS OPINION – affordable prints from new online art retailer.
SARAH GREGORY – erotic imagery tranformed into fine art with traditional applications;
DANIELLE ROBERTS – artistic furniture/furniture art;
RUBY FOO – graphic artist Lucy Cullingford.