Posh Paws is taking further steps into the gift industry in 2020 with plenty of new ranges not to be missed at Spring Fair.
Visitors to the show can meet Bailey Bear, a premium teddy bear from Posh Paws’ brand new Chic & Love collection. Bailey Bear has been lovingly made from head to paw from the highest quality materials and presented in a hand finished gift box. Adorned with Swarovski Crystals, this Bailey Bear offers a unique gift giving opportunity for those wishing to spread a special message. Complete with an exclusive Swarovski hologram, lucky recipients are able to register its authenticity online.
British fashion jewellery supplier Midhaven will continue to tackle the growing men’s jewellery market at Jewellery & Watch 2020 with new additions to its Tribal Steel range of men’s bracelets.
The long-term Jewellery & Watch exhibitor will unveil its Tribal Silver Mascots collection at the NEC, centred on a mix-and-match bracelet system that can be personalised by or for the wearer. The collection includes a range of bracelets in leather, lava beads and rubber, in addition to interchangeable 925 silver ‘mascot’ clasps that are associated with positive meanings, emotions or gifting occasions. More than 70 choices will be showcased to visiting buyers, including iconic motifs from nature, wellbeing, animals and nautical themes.
Midhaven is well-known for its best-selling Tribal Steel offering, which includes leather and stainless steel accessories. Its broader men’s ranges encompass cufflinks, pendants, tie slides and key rings. Point of sale materials are also available.
Opticaid launches its first licensed range of reading glasses and credit card blockers
Optical solutions specialist, Opticaid, has launched its first licensed collection of reading glasses and credit card blocker wallets in collaboration with iconic British brand, i like birds.
The venture coincides with the 30th anniversary of the Leeds-based family business, which serves a mixed client base around the UK and is a well-known fixture at trade exhibitions such as Spring Fair, INDX and Harrogate.
Opticaid director, Gillian Marchbank said: “We create our own range of Remaldi reading glasses twice a year and these have become design-led and fashion-oriented over the past decade. We mirror the current optical trends with certain colours and styles so licensing was the next logical step and we were keen to see if it would work in our market”.