New and exclusive brands join Autumn Fair

Retailers are making a beeline for Autumn Fair this September as it announces a raft of new and exclusive brands to the Home & Gift destinations alongside returning favourites, whilst thousands of leading retailers including Card Factory, John Lewis, Coney’s, Robert Dyas, Walt Disney Co., Holland & Barrett, Marks & Spencer, and Wilkies have already pre-registered to attend from the 3rd – 6th September at NEC Birmingham.

Renowned for its eclectic mix of new and exclusive brands as well as its support for up-and-coming start-up businesses, visitors to Autumn Fair are in for a treat this September. Buyers will discover new brands and collections that either haven’t been seen before or won’t be available at any other show, including Moult England, Candles Bloom, CIMC Home, Harrow Trading, Burton Blake, Zoe Lan, Grupo Erik, and many more including up and coming new talent in the show’s Debut areas.

In Home, Living & Décor, buyers will encounter the latest on-trend home accessories, textiles, furniture, lighting, tableware, kitchenware and outdoor living, whilst The Summerhouse offers beautiful hand-picked and curated style-led interiors and lifestyle products. Joining the inspirational line-up and showing exclusively is CIMC Home, the go-to-source for stunning and timeless furniture, lighting, and home accessories for design-conscious retailers. First-timers Harrow Trading will delight visitors with their extensive collection of heritage-style mirrors, wall-hangings and furniture. Hill Interiors, McGowan & Rutherford, London Ornaments, Walton & Co, Malini, Wild Java, Ancient Mariner Furniture, Richard Cooper Bronze, Sompex, Deluxe HomeArt, Febland Group, Besp-Oak Furniture, Final Touches, Edge Company, Katrina Hampton by Ambassador Textiles, Teal International, Satchville Gift Company and Dutch Imports & Daughters are amongst the other leading brands presenting their new ranges and next bestsellers.

From contemporary designs to unique, personalised and licensed gifts, sought-after beauty and wellbeing products, creative, fun and colourful greeting cards, wrapping papers, stationery and paper decorations, as well as the finest, most magical children’s toys, gifts and gadgets, the Gift destination offers it all under one roof. Many of retail’s most recognisable brands will also be presenting their newest collections at the show

As an increasingly popular sector, Greetings & Stationery is going to be packed full of the most vibrant collections of every kind of greetings and stationery products, bringing together creative, fun and colourful greeting cards, wrapping papers, stationery and paper decorations.

Joining the line-up for the first time is Manuscript, which distributes its own brand calligraphy and pen products across the world as well an extensive collection of pens and craft products from leading brands, as well as luxury ribbon brand Ribbonly with its unique and popular range of ribbons for decorating. For cute, sarcastic humour for all occasions, make a beeline for Hazel Bee Cards for its 100% recycled, compostable, FSC and UK made cards.

Everyday is the sourcing destination for everyday affordable items from domestic appliances, housewares, tabletop to pet supplies, home improvement and household cleaning products.

Thousands of buyers have already joined Connect @ Autumn Fair 2023, the new programme that will enable retailers and exhibitors connect before the show opens and arrange mutually agreed meetings in the exhibitor stands. Registration is now open via this link: Registration deadline is 9 August 2023.


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