Margin London + 2002 to 2013

Margin London 2002 2013

Since 2002, Margin has been a labour of love that ran alongside my consultancy work. More freelance and personal projects have taken over my time and energy, so I will not be opening applications for Margin exhibitions in 2014. It was not an easy decision to make but I have to take the exciting opportunity […] + HYA goes to Margin’s August 2013 Edition

Thanks to HideYourArms for the thorough and in-depth round-up:

FashionUnited + New Venue, New Season, New Brands at Margin London

Thanks to FashionUnited:

Exhibitor Preview + AUG 2013 + Out of Print

previews AUG 2013 out of print margin london

Out of Print launched in the UK at Margin back in 2011 and are returning in August to open their latest library of new tees and accessories, based on classic book illustrations, for men and women. Iconic book covers, such as ‘The Great Gatsby’ and the instantly recognisable ‘A Clockwork Orange’ artwork, make their way […]

FashionUnited + International Brands at Margin in New Olympia Venue

Thanks to FashionUnited:


Thanks to Sportswear International:

Exhibitor Preview + FEB 2013 + Out of Print

Out of Print at Margin London February 2013

OUT OF PRINT Exhibiting at Margin London, February 2013 + Following their successful European tradeshow debut at Margin back in August 2011, Out of Print clothing have gone from strength to strength with their range of revived book-jacket designs printed onto incredibly-soft tees & sweatshirts for men & women. Margin is pleased to welcome back […]

Staf Magazine + Margin London Cumple Diez Anos +

Thanks to Staf Magazine for the Margin post:

FashionUnited + In Talks with Margin London Founder +

Thanks to FashionUnited for the news posting:

Exhibitor Preview + FEB 2012 + Out of Print + 10 Years of Margin

OUT OF PRINT Returning to Margin following their successful European debut in August 2011, Out of Print will be showcasing their latest library of literary prints. Perhaps it’s the love of a favourite book or perhaps it’s the faux-intellectualism of pretending to have read a classic tome when you haven’t; either way the Out of […]