Exhibitor Preview + Kangol

Kangol British Headwear Label Kangol showcase their collaborations. At Margin London in February, Kangol will be showcasing their collaborations for Autumn/Winter 06 with London artist D*face and the Californian collective Stereo captained by Jason “My Name is Earl” Lee. For Spring/Summer 2006, Kangol worked with artist Apishangel aka Nick Walker to produce a range of […]

Exhibitor Preview + The Hello 21 Corporation

The Hello 21 Corporation “Humility, integrity, talent. The Hello 21 Corporation have these in spades…” The Face The Hello 21 Corporation are an enigma fronted by graphic artist Adam Pointer and land at Margin in February 2006 with their debut t-shirt collection – ‘hello 21st century’ Their standout t-shirt features a couple kissing in the […]

Exhibitor Preview + Seventyseven

Seventyseven Seventyseven is the UK Premium Streetwear / Casualwear label sought after by those wanting to stand out from the crowd. Started almost 4 years ago by Neil Fisher – both design and distribution is still controlled entirely at grass roots by themselves to ensure the label is as unique and independent as the quality […]

Trendcentral Newsletter August 2005

Trends from the fashion trade show On August 8th and 9th, London hosted the Margin Trade Show, one of the hottest spots for up-and-coming and established designers to flaunt their wares. Despite reports that Margin was lacking in the visitors department due to the recent terrorist events, it was still busy with independent buyers looking […]

Margin London August 2005

August 2005 3rd Born 28 Black & Island Records Artbox / Arkness Because we were Bored Broke Bamboo Cuban Vintage Dephect Dept of Works Disorder & Gordon McQueen Elvin Clovin Enamore Flying Eyeball Galibardy Glo4life Goodvibes Groundzero Heidi Seeker I Saved Laurence Itsus Junky Styling Komodo Kontakt Kulte Lady Luck Rules OK Lazy Oaf Loop […]

Margin London August 2005

MARGIN LONDON 7th & 8th August 2005 10am til 6pm The Music Rooms London W1 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 […]

Feeling the love

“Thanks for the last Margin, I really mean that, doing anything these days requires so much work and effort … the show did work well for me I was taking orders!” Iggi

MWB Menswear Buyer February 2005

MWB February 2005 Menswear Buyer

Drapers February 2005

Drapers February 2005 Show Report Highlighting Shepland, Live Mechanics, Beyond The Valley, Mertle & George, Kontakt, and Syndrome.

Margin London February 2005