Hunter Price International closed its most successful Spring Fair to date, with its debut collection for home and organisation experts, the Style Sisters.
Gemma Lilly and Charlotte Reddington’s signature style has been brought to life by Hunter Price, across a collection of timeless storage and organisation solutions.
The launch collection includes a wide-ranging portfolio of storage and organisational products, from foldable boxes and baskets, to branded slimline hangers.
The company says that some of the ‘biggest names in UK retail’ have already become launch partners for the first range from Gemma and Charlotte, with further details due to be unveiled shortly.
As well as Style Sisters, Hunter Price also unveiled the new home and lifestyle brand from Billie Faiers – Chapter B – at the show (which ran from 6-9 February at the Birmingham NEC). The company also had several own brand launches, as well as Eco Planet Pals – a collection of plush characters and creatures made from recycled plastic bottles – wooden toy brand, Little Timbers, and new doll brand, Sunset Bay Club.
It also revealed a series of re-brands for MotorMania, SplashMania and CraftMania.
“This show has to be the proudest moment in our Hunter Price history,” enthused Jeremy Winburn, co-founder of Hunter Price. “The whole team has worked so incredibly hard to bring so many new brands and partnerships to life, after a very challenging and testing time in retail.
“The atmosphere throughout the week has been electric. All our passion and hard work over the past two years came together to show the industry what we’re capable of when it comes to creating products and partnerships with real credibility.”
Jeremy continued: “We’ve evolved. It’s a hugely exciting time for us a business. Spring Fair 2022 was just the start of a very exciting new chapter in the Hunter Price story.”