London Print Design Fair ends April edition on a high note
Professionals from around 50 countries visited The London Print Design Fair, held at the Lindley Hall on April 20-21, to get a sense of the latest trends in terms of print design.
The textile trade show welcomed visitors from the UK, France, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Spain, the Middle East and Northern Europe, and there was an increase in attendance from Russia and US.
International studios presenting their offerings came from different parts of the world, with this edition of TLPDF showing a consistent presence of exhibitors from Italy, France, USA, Australia, Switzerland and Denmark.
The print studios area featured about 50 exhibitors, who showcased a variety of styles from their AW 16 collections to the newest trends.
The show is set to double its size for the next edition, taking place on October 19-20 at the Business Design Centre in Islington. There, the organisers of The London Print Design Fair expect to increase the number of exhibitors from 50 to 100.
According to the company, regular visitors to the trade event include: Alexander McQueen, Burberry, Vivienne Westwood, Victoria Beckham, Next, Marks and Spencer, Topshop, Oasis, Calvin Klein, Debenhams, ZARA, MaxMara and Stella McCartney.
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