Hinchcliffe & Barber’s latest licensee, Paul Bristow Associates, will launch a range of British-made textiles at Top Drawer.
The new products, including tote bags, cushion and cosmetics bags, will feature its popular Birds and Leaves print., alongside a new take on its Safari Antelope and Chintz floral designs. The products will be on display at Top Drawer, stand B31.
Hinchcliffe & Barber is also reaching an international market with Yokohama-based Huayu Company in Japan. Via Japanese agencies Zen Works and Brand Dog the licence is for household, kitchen and table-top ceramics.
Huayu’s range will target the wedding, celebratory and personal gift markets and then later expand into select retail store chains. The products will be available in two designs, Resist and Summer Garden, and comprise of a two mugs set, two mugs and plate set, two pasta plates set, three storage containers set and a five bowls set. They are launching the range at the Tokyo International Gift Fair in September.
Hinchcliffe & Barber will also feature on the JELC stand at BLE in October, stand Q25.
“We’re delighted how well received our products have been since we decided to revive the brand, and we look forward to increasing our presence in the market place over the next year with the help of our terrific licensees,” commented Georgia Hinchcliffe.