Dot to Dot London is an exciting new kids trade show with a unique twist, featuring small UK-based children’s fashion, design and lifestyle labels. At Dot to Dot London, you’ll find a special genre of talented artists offering the best in the children’s world that is not only well-designed but also ethically produced goods manufactured in the UK.
This January 31- February 1s, 2016 designers will have to opportunity to show their collections to influential buyers and press in a fresh and creative setting. Designers include: Aravore, Indikidual, Loud Apparel, Boys & Girls, Braveling, Corby Tindersticks, Little Mashers, Poco Nido, Amy & Ivor, the Bright Company, Camomile London, Dandy Star, Fabric 41, Immink, Lapin & Me, the Little Shoemaker, Love Frankie, Milk & Biscuits, Naked Lunge, Petite Albion, Re-Be, Red Urchin, Rockahula Kids, Tootsa Macginty, Victoria Crossman Kids, A Weathered Penny, Urban Merino and Olivier Baby & Kids.
We’ve handpicked brands that excite us and are a great representation of the UK’s children’s design community. Run-of-the-miss is not in our vocabulary – we want to back the uninhibited designers that make the industry sit up and take notice. – Nicole Frobusch & Carly Gledhill, Dot to Dot organizers.
At Dot to Dot you’ll find a wide variety of kids products across clothing, footwear, toys, accessories, homeware and more from an eclectic mix of independent British brands. Dot to Dot London is located at The Music Room in Mayfair, a venue that provides beautiful light and space allowing each brand the freedom and creativity to showcase their collections in a unique way.
The aim of our trade show is to provide an opportunity for our brands to show their collections alongside other like-minded people. ‘Dot to Dot’ is about leveling the playing field for small and established businesses by providing a more relaxed showcase within an extremely competitive market. By constructing a collective atmosphere, we aim to create an engaging environment that will be inspiring to buyers, press and ourselves. Big trade shows are great, but this is a different approach to meeting buyers and networking with other brands. The small-scale format of the event gives a chance to really get to know people and share ideas.