London Fashion Fair International was officially opened Wednesday (22 October) by Britain's Secretary for Trade, Mr.
London Fashion Fair International was officially opened Wednesday (22 October) by Britain's Secretary for Trade, Mr. Peter Shore, and was immediately hailed by many as the major fashion event in Europe this autumn.
Commenting on the Fair, Mr. Peter Randle, Director of the clothing Export Council of Great Britain, said it was now clear that the fashion industry has once again achieved its main objective of underlining the international importance of London's twice-yearly Fair.
More than five thousand buying visitors will attend the Fair before it closes on 25 October, half of them from the United States and Canada.
They also anticipate significantly heavy interest from Japan and Sweden.
On display are the products and services of 229 companies. The display covers a wide cross-section of women,s ready-to-wear garments in designs, materials and fashions for the Spring of 1976
The Biba building in Kensington High street in Central London was 2 OCTOBER 1975 the venue Wednesday for the official opening of London Fashion Fair International already described by many as the major fashion attraction in Europe this autumn. The Fair has attracted thousands of buying visitors form the United states, Canada, Japan and Europe. It displays a wide selection of fashion trends in dresses and coordinates for the Spring of 1976, show by ten leading London manufacturers.
This- skirt in ivory wool has been picked as a trend-setter for day wear. It's straight skirt with a centre seam and has square back pockets with buttons and two side pockets.
This chiffon evening dress attracted quite a few customers. It's in purple, with diamante straps and pleated cape and skirt.