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Attire Bridal magazine is a bridal trade magazine from the publishers of County Wedding Magazines, KD Media Publishing.

With its ABC certification, Attire Bridal gives wedding and bridal retailers access to more professional buyers in the UK wedding trade than any other publication...read more

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Attire Bridal magazine - Issue 71 - May/June 2019

Latest issue of Attire Bridal magazine is available now

In this issue:

  • Industry news
  • Retailer interview
  • ACID
  • Social media
  • Editor's blog
  • Profile 1
  • Profile 2
  • Collection focus
Phoenix Gowns
Victoria Kay
David Keeling Associates
Interbride Messe GmbH
Winnie Couture sets its sights on franchising

Winnie Couture sets its sights on franchising

Hot on the heels of the brand's newest flagship retail opening in the coveted “Golden Triangle” section...

Anna Wood Bridal shortlisted for Bridal Boutique of the Year

Anna Wood Bridal shortlisted for Bridal Boutique of the Year

Anna Wood Bridal has been shortlisted for the Bridal Boutique of the Year award at the...

One Fine Day reports good debut event

One Fine Day reports good debut event

The inaugural One Fine Day Bridal Market took place in London from 24th-26th March at the iconic JJ Wimborne...

Good weather puts a spring in the step for retail footfall

Good weather puts a spring in the step for retail footfall

Footfall increased by 1.4 per cent in March, after dropping by 6 per cent over the same...

From the editor

Demelza Rayner, Editor

Deal or No Deal

I’m not referring to Noel Edmonds’ cult TV series, though there are some surprising parallels between the show’s concept and what’s currently going on in UK politics. Twice the House of Parliament has said ‘No Deal’ to Theresa May’s ‘Deal’ and, at the time of writing, we’re currently hurtling towards that final unopened box where – ultimately – No Deal is a very real prospect.

Despite Government adverts imploring SMEs to prepare for Brexit, how can we when there are still many possible outcomes? Indeed, the political landscape is changing so quickly that it’s almost impossible to keep up. There were almost six million signatures to revoke Article 50 before it was debated in Parliament, Theresa May reportedly only has a few more days left as Prime Minister and there are suggestions that another General Election could be just around the corner. Of course, by the time the magazine goes to print, the situation will have changed yet again.

However, speaking to manufacturers and designers, it’s clear that until this drawn-out saga reaches its conclusion, it’s business as usual. 


In this issue, we focus on bridesmaid dresses and jewellery, international designers and offer you previews of Harrogate Fashion Week and Interbride.

Enjoy reading

Demelza

Demelza Rayner, Editor

PS. If you have any news you would like to submit to this site or Attire Bridal magazine, please email editor@attirebridal.com

Barcelona Bridal Week

Tue 23 - Sun 28 Apr 2019
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Sat 4 - Mon 6 May 2019
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Harrogate Fashion Week

Sun 28 - Mon 29 Jul 2019
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International Jewellery London

Sun 1 - Tue 3 Sep 2019
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Best laid plans

Best laid plans

Best laid plans: Rachael Carrington recommends bridal retailers prepare for the uninvited guest - the legal dispute... read more

 

Going global

Designer and TV personality Randy Fenoli chats exclusively to Demelza Rayner about the changing face of bridal, as well as his vision for creating the dream dress for any bride's big day... read more

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