The dedicated product trails are back at Top Drawer spring/summer 2017, guiding visitors through the halls to discover specific categories with fresh brands and new products.
The Men Only trail highlights original gifts and accessories for him, while the UK Debut trail enables buyers to home in on new international brands. These will be accompanied by the ever-popular Product GB and Eco trails.
Buyers can take the UK Debut trail for a close encounter with some exciting overseas companies showing in the UK for the first time. Brands making their UK Debut include ANNA CHAMPENEY, Honey and Heid, Pad Concept, Solid State for Men and Tokyo Design Studio.
Across the breadth of the show Top Drawer has serious man appeal: from original gifts to fashion accessories the Men Only Trail pinpoints masculine objects of desire with an irresistibly virile style. Brands include Apothecary & Barbershop Supply Co., Bronte by Moon, Chase and Wonder, Edgar, Forma House, LEFF Amsterdam (Pad Home), Nuuna (Stone Marketing) and Rains.
Sustainable, responsible sourcing just got a whole lot easier: the Eco Trail highlights exhibitors who marry stand-out design with eco credentials so that visitors can buy with their head, heart and conscience too. Expertly curated by sustainable designer and eco evangelist, Oliver Heath, they will be able to walk the Eco Trail to create a really positive environmental impact. Black + Blum, CHOC Chick, Jangneus, Katie Leamon, Liv Interior, Maik London and Nathalie Bond are amongst the 65 brands part of the Eco Trail.
Top Drawer celebrates the enduring appeal of locally sourced products with their Product GB trail. Highlighting the very best of British across Home, Gift, Fashion and Craft this trail leads visitors directly to some really great domestic product distinguished by impeccable design and thoroughly British Integrity. Selected brands include Annabel Perrin, Artisan Olive Oil Company, Burgess and Leigh, Chase and Wonder, Scissor Monkeys and Victoria Eggs.
"I think the Product GB Trail is more important than ever. Regardless of where you stood on the issue of the referendum this year, I think it's safe to say that it is in everyone's interest that British-made products find a good home both domestically and abroad. We have an incredible talent and skill base in this country... and Product GB is such an important platform for this," says David Nicholls, Curator, Product GB.
Register to visit the show, which runs 15th - 17th January, at www.topdrawer.co.uk to follow our expertly curated product trails. Follow the latest news and new launches on Twitter at @TopDrawerLondon using the official show hashtag, #AdventuresInDesign
Posted: 22 March 2019