New At Top Drawer This Week

Buyers were out in force at this week’s Top Drawer to top up their Christmas buying. The show took place at London’s Olympia, with exhibitors unveiling everything from cutting edge to classic designs.

GiftsandHome.net reveals the new products launched by the some of the leading gift and home companies.

 

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Above: Shown on the Corkcicle stand are, from left to right: Kirstie Pendry, marketing associate; Jenny Dehlman, sales and marketing director and sales agent Tony Butler. New products at the show included hybrid re-usable bottles and the tripled walled Canteen collection. 

 

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Above: Caroline Gardner’s independent sales manager, Luca Bridges, revealed the company’s new leopard print designs for Autumn/Winter.

 

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Above: Among the new product on the BlissHome stand were extensions to the Nadiya Make Life Colourful collection and new concepts from Scion Living.

 

Above: Alan Smith, managing director at Posh Paws, is pictured with Ragtales which has recently joined the company’s portfolio.
Above: Alan Smith, managing director at Posh Paws, is pictured with Ragtales which has recently joined the company’s portfolio.

 

Above: Forma House launched three new colours at the show, in the company’s Concerto range. Simon Maghnagi, business development manager, also highlighted that Forma has updated its website to make it easy for customers to navigate. Simon is shown with re-usable bottles in the Eva Solo range.
Above: Forma House launched three new colours at the show, in the company’s Concerto range. Simon Maghnagi, business development manager, also highlighted that Forma has updated its website to make it easy for customers to navigate. Simon is shown with re-usable bottles in the Root7 range.

 

Above: The Spotted Awards finalists took centre stage. Based on originality, innovation and commercial viability, the judges chose Be for Change as this year’s winner. The company creates stylish, upcycled leather goods.
Above: The Spotted Awards finalists took centre stage. Based on originality, innovation and commercial viability, the judges chose Be for Change as this year’s winner. The company creates stylish, upcycled leather goods.

 

Above: The University of the Arts (UAL) was a busy sector at Top Drawer, where nine of the university’s students and alumni showcased their work.
Above: The University of the Arts (UAL) was a busy sector at Top Drawer, where nine of the university’s students and alumni showcased their work.

 

Top: Reflecting next season’s Soft Assembly trend at Top Drawer this week were, from left to right, exhibitors Bronte By Moon, Bombay Duck and Nadege Honey.

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