Dessous London have asked VIP buyers to select their favourite pieces amongst the show’s selection of established, new and up-and-coming labels. Laura Doyle, House of Fraser, and Coco De Mer’s Lucy Litwack have both chosen styles from the new Dita Von Teese collection, whilst Zoe Norman from Figleaves selected the Ava bra in white leather from Something Wicked, and Nicola Adams from Tallulah selected the Arista Boudoir Gown from Loveday London.
As well as the visitors, exhibitors have praised the choice of venue, organisation and general feel of the show. “The venue was so central, that all the contacts we invited were able to get to it so easily and therefore we were able to book in several meetings. There was a constant buzz during the show as it clearly had a lot of footfall, and the location of the venue clearly had a lot to do with this,” said Steff McGrath, Managing Partner at Something Wicked.
“What we will remember the most from Dessous London is the great vibe of Londoners coming into the afternoon event and the informal atmosphere between independent brands and best players on the market, chatting and having a drink together,” adds Izabella Godlewska, Undress Code.