Industry gears up for inaugural Harrogate Fashion Week

Buyers and exhibitors are gearing up for July’s Harrogate Fashion Week – the first fashion trade show to take place in the spa town for 15 years.

A variety of womenswear brands have already signed up to exhibit and are set to unveil their latest collections across several categories. Buyers can expect to see the likes of James Lakeland, Fenella Clothing, Bianca, Brodie Cashmere, Dante, Eden Rock, Collection, Lily and Me, Michaela Louisa, Nomads, Nougat London, Orientique, Foil, Smashed Lemon, Suzy D, Tina Taylor, Up! Pants, Gill Harvey Collection, Ella Boo and Lizabella at the show.

British womenswear brand Pomodoro will also be among this season’s exhibitors. Director Noreen Puri comments: “Harrogate holds such happy memories for us and has played  a significant part in the success of our business.  We are looking forward to meeting both existing and new clients –  Harrogate offers a great opportunity  to mix business and pleasure.”

Meanwhile, well-established UK label Emreco will also  be present this season. “Harrogate Fashion Week is a  good opportunity for Emreco to better our relationships and sales with our Northern and Scottish independent stores and boutiques,” says MD Richard Reinhold. 

The event is taking place early in the buying season and will be one of the first UK trade shows to present the latest launches. On the show’s opening day visitors will be able to attend the official Harrogate Fashion Week after-show party and toast the new season in style.

Harrogate Fashion Week is taking place at the Harrogate Convention Centre on 29-30 July; visit for more information.


Harrogate Fashion Week will be returning for its second season from 27-28 January 2019.