Autumn Fair, which takes place on the 4-7th September at NEC Birmingham, is almost fully booked, says organiser Hyve, with a host of industry bellwethers set to showcase their latest collections.
Timed to prepare retailers for the Golden Quarter, the show will feature the likes of: Coach House, Hill Interiors, and the newly launched Mint Interiors by Kettle, within Home; and hand-picked and curated Summerhouse stalwarts Pacific Lifestyle and Gallery Direct.
Daniel Mayhew, event director, says: “Off the back of two incredible autumn and spring fairs we head towards this September’s Autumn Fair in a very positive and buoyant mood. Our fantastic exhibitors and so many of the industry’s leading bellwethers continue to support the show, and many use it as the only platform to showcase their new collections. Each season they experience the invaluable benefits of committing to such a longstanding and trusted show which attracts so many purchase-ready buyers. With four months until we open our doors to Autumn Fair I’m delighted to report that most sectors are already over 75% booked, with many of our must-see and much-loved brands returning to the show.”
Gallery's Bruce Bell comments: “We are excited to be exhibiting again in The Summerhouse, at the front of Hall 7 at Autumn Fair 2022. We will be showcasing an extensive selection of our award-winning, design-led collections.”
Autumn Fair incorporates four key buying destinations – Home, Gift, Moda and Design & Source – over four days, with 12 sectors, including Everyday, Home, Living & Décor, Housewares, The Summerhouse, Beauty & Wellbeing, Gift, Greetings & Stationery, Kids, Toys & Play, Footwear, Jewellery & Watch, Womenswear, Fashion accessories and Sourcing.