Plusher is London’s first luxury show dedicated to all things stylish and fabulous for families and takes place on Saturday 9 November at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London.
And if you’re quick off the mark, you can get your hands on some Early Bird tickets which will be available on the Plusher website until 30th September.
Aimed at forward thinking parents who want the very best in design and style for themselves and their own little urbanites, Plusher will present all things innovative, exciting and luxurious in the family market – all under one roof!
The ticketed event will feature an exclusive selection of brands ranging from clothing and toys to interiors and holidays. Honeyjam, the independent toy shop co-owned by Jasmine Guinness and Honey Bowdrey has already confirmed their participation and Jasmine will be involved in one of the panel discussions at the show. “Honey and I are delighted that Honeyjam is exhibiting at Plusher. It’s great to be part of London’s first ever show aimed at families. It will be a really fun day out for the whole family! I’m also looking forward to being part of the panel discussions aimed at the parents,” says Jasmine.
Fashion and style will be an important part of Plusher which will feature a spectacular fashion show highlighting the very best Christmas party wear for kids, as well as a look ahead to Spring / Summer 2014 under the creative direction of Carolyn Asome, deputy Fashion Editor at The Times.
Kids activities include an Anorak magazine creative area, a pop up photography studio by Julia Boggio who will taking snaps of mini fashionistas, as well as special appearances by children’s authors and other high profile guests.
A number of panel discussions aimed at parents will run throughout the day covering the themes of Working Mums, Fitness, Food and Beauty. The panel discussions will be chaired by highly regarded writers and journalists and will feature a variety of familiar names.
Plusher is the brainchild of David Spowart, an expert in the events industry and father to six year old Colby. “When I came up with the idea of creating a luxury family show in London, I was astonished to find that no such show had ever taken place in London before. We are all looking forward to creating an event showcasing premium products and services (both new and established) for the family market, all within an intimate space.”