Dame Zandra Rhodes to headline at the Inspiring Retail Stage at Spring Fair

British fashion and textile designer and pioneer Dame Zandra Rhodes will take to the Inspiring Retail Stage at Spring Fair for a fireside chat with retail analyst Natalie Berg, exploring her remarkable journey in design, leadership, and innovation.

The Fabric of Success: Dame Zandra Rhodes on Reinventing Fashion and Retail Leadership will take place at 12.30pm on Wednesday 7th February in Hall 2 within Moda, Spring Fair’s trusted fashion destination. Dame Zandra will delve into her origin story, the evolution of British fashion, pioneering role in home furnishings, the unique style and daring collaborations that shaped her brand and forged her legacy.

This session is a must-watch for those interested in the intersection of retail creativity, industry advocacy and the cultivation of female leadership in retail.

Where fashion meets insight, the Inspiring Retail Stage will welcome industry icons and experts to share their experiences, stories, and advocacy across four days at Spring Fair, with keynote speakers such as Theo Paphitis, Kris Hamer of the British Retail Consortium and ESG pioneer Paul Wright.

With the vibrant Moda catwalks showcasing the latest fashion trends, the Inspiring Retail Stage is the perfect place to find inspiration for refreshing your retail rails and stay ahead of the curve. As the trusted fashion destination within Spring Fair, Moda is one of the UK’s longest-standing fashion trade shows.

Moda provides an essential hub for creativity, collaboration and trading while claiming its place as the fashion destination at the UK’s largest marketplace for home, gift and fashion. Inspiring retail’s creators and curators, Spring Fair has brought the industry together for over 70 years so retail’s people can discover the latest products and trends.

The next show will be an inspirational experience dedicated to the magic of discovery. Buyers will see, touch and experience thousands of the latest products across four key destinations – Home, Gift, Moda, and Everyday – and 13 definitive sectors. An efficient show layout designed around buyer’s needs will mean less time spent finding suppliers and products and more time experiencing them and everything else the show has to offer.

For more information please visit www.springfair.com.


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