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Top Drawer On Demand

Due to the current restrictions, the show may not be able to take place physically, but Top Drawer On Demand kicked off the buying season with a comprehensive line-up of content for Spring/Summer 2021, with attendees having the opportunity to be the first to discover new designs.

From January 25-29, registered buyers were able to make the most of a programme of exciting product launches across the breadth of the show’s offering—including gifts, interiors, fashion, greetings and stationery, giftable food and drink, craft, and children’s products.

A roster of new names and designs made their debut, including pavilion presentations from Design Nation, University of Arts London (UAL), and Essence of Japan (JETRO).

In addition, industry experts shared their knowledge and advice throughout the week, with virtual versions of the show’s two seminar streams:  RetailFest and Design Talk. Panel discussions and interviews were curated to inspire and educate retailers and designers, helping them to evolve and grow for continued success in a changing industry landscape.

The week-long celebration of retail and design is being followed by three weeks of opportunities to network, source and discover through the On Demand platform before it closes on February 21, 2021.


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