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January 28-29, 2018
Bubble London F/W 18-19

Bubble London’s philosophy is to bring a new generation of kids trade show to the marketplace. Each event is carefully conceived as a focused trade show in a wonderful space, where retailers can meet exhibitors from every aspect of the kid’s world: clothing to toys, shoes, accessories and more.
Bubble London runs twice yearly in January and June in sync with the European calendar, and is the only standalone children’s trade event in the UK. It has grown from 60 exhibitors at its launch to over 250 carefully selected brands last season. Throughout this growth, the intimate atmosphere, the attention to detail and the human dimension of the shows have never been compromised. Bubble has become an international reference on the trade show circuit, a must-visit event for anyone with a keen eye on the fast changing and very exciting children’s market.

Bubble London is organised by ITE Moda Ltd.

Press Release

Bubble London to present exciting mix of newcomers, established names and new content for A/W18

28‐29 January 2018, Business Design Centre, London

Heading into its 10th year, Bubble London, the UK’s leading trade show for kids’ fashion and lifestyle, continues to discover a host of new talent while ensuring key brand returns and engaging content for its a/w 18 edition on 28‐29 January 2018 at the Business Design Centre in Islington.

Confirming its position as the UK’s launchpad for new and home‐grown talent, this season’s line‐up of new signings includes flat‐caps and scarves from Artimus London; a minimalist and gender‐neutral offering from British designed clothing and lifestyle brand, Kidult & Co; children’s luxury hair and skincare by Dandydill Way; contemporary British clothing brand Another Fox, which focuses on abstract prints and fashion basics; and newly launched label Wildchild London, offering genderless, urban and unconventional clothing for 3‐9 year olds, which is also designed and manufactured in Britain.