Dot to Dot London 10th anniversary edition

Dot to Dot London 10th anniversary edition

FASHION, LONDON, Trade shows

Dot to Dot London celebrated their 10th anniversary edition and Lunamag.com was sur place.

Straight after Florence we were on our way to London, visiting Dot to Dot. The only trade show we have in the UK at the moment and following a more ‘show room kind of style’. Small, independent, young and upcoming brands and a very private and relaxed atmosphere.

Nicole and Carly handpick the best and most creative brands and designers in the industry. Providing them a curated environment where they can exhibit at their most creative. Therefore buyers and press are able to get to know the people, ideas and values behind the labels.

We saw modern and design-led collections. Newcomers and especially our winner from the competition: Teasy!

Dot to Dot was held on Sunday 24 and Monday 25 of June in the heart of Soho, London. And the sun was not only shining on the streets of London…

The moment we arrived we were greeted by a sparkling entrance that invited to a party. Passionately decorated by Meri Meri for the occasion of the shows 10th anniversary! What a lovely welcome… the sun was here too.

One of the first brands we saw was lillan gorillan.  A new label from the UK that came with lots of rainbows and happy prints. More colours and happy vibes from Tootsa MacGinty, 4funkyflavours and small stories. It is lovely to see all these positive messages our kids will wear next summer!

One row went a little more romantic with Spanish brands Violeta e Federico and Tarantela. As well as the British label Their Nibs, whom is celebrating this year as well: 15 years!

Freya Lillie – who was part of our very first ‘picks of the month’ when we launched – showed their adorable line. Made in England!

We fell in love with Lucia and her innovative Bababou. More about that very soon here on Lunamag.com.

 

Also see our highlights from Pitti Bimbo and Playtime Paris!

All images: Dot to Dot

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