Brand new to LondonEdge this season - Introducing the Edge:Edit!

 

This is our incubator space for fresh, innovative brands, new to the tradeshow dynamic. We’re welcoming a specially curated selection of energetic companies, from burgeoning newcomers to exciting social media influencers.

 

We have developed this area to serve as a gateway into the tradeshow experience, providing a platform for new business with digitally confident brands to flourish within our sector, something we at LondonEdge are keen to promote.

 

We are thrilled to introduce our Edge:Edit brands – Sanctus, Librastyle, Nympha, Liquor n Poker and Sera Ulger LDN! 

 

Edge:Edit!

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Nympha

Nympha is an East London grown brand, creating statement street wear looks, full of eye popping imagination. They have an impressive celeb following (including Rita Ora, Little Mix and Ciara) and we love their motto – ‘More is more, less is a bore’ - we’re looking forward to seeing their new collection!

Sanctus

Lucinda at Sanctus produces stunning dark silhouettes, in short runs of 50 pieces per item, always with elegant and edgy cuts. Sanctus will be launching their wholesale range at LondonEdge, including colour ways of coats exclusive to the show.

 

 

Librastyle

Librastyle create fun and vibrant graphic   t-shirts, with mad inspiration from the underground music scene. Think dark and creepy with bright popping colours!

Liquor n Poker

Liquor n Poker is a family run denim company, producing fashion forward denim styles. There styles include all manner of quality tested, lovingly crafted denim – from dungarees to dresses, skinnies to flares.

Sera Ulger LDN

Sera Ulger LDN is the epitome of an East London brand – British made, constantly inspired and steeped in nostalgia. The print-mad brand creates hand painted designs at the Ulger Lab Studio, all made in the UK, and working with British factories. Think brightly printed 2 pieces, standout maxi dresses and all over print relaxed trousers.

You can find the Edge:Edit section upstairs on the Gallery at the BDC – and if you are interested in being part of this area next season, please get in touch!