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Style Sisters stride into 2023 with retail launch and Spring Fair plans

This month, storage solutions from the Style Sisters will launch online with both Very and Next, as well as shopping channel, Ideal World.

Featuring a variety of designs and styles – all of which are black, white or neutral – the range includes boucle storage baskets and bags, slimline clothes hangers, foldable storage boxes and a children’s play box.

Lisle Licensing secured the partnership with Hunter Price International, which will be the first licensee to launch Style Sisters products at retail this  year.

The Style Sisters’ debut collection will be showcased on the Hunter Price International stand at Spring Fair next month (located in Hall 6, stand D10). Gemma Lilly and Charlotte Reddington will also be taking to the Inspiring Retail Stage at 10am on Tuesday 7 February to talk about their launch and vision for their brand, as well as giving an expert insight into the up and coming trends within the market.

“The debut collection from the Style Sisters will launch with Ideal World, Next & Very at the perfect time, (end of January/early February) when people are looking to refresh their homes after the festive season,” commented Allana Holmes, home and lifestyle sales director at Hunter Price International. “We’re really excited to confirm that the girls will appear on stage at Spring Fair, to give an exclusive insight at what’s to come from the Style Sisters this year.”

Earlier in January, the Style Sisters’ new home-styling segments on ITV’s flagship daytime show This Morning began, where once again, they impart practical and inspiring home and fashion styling advice to viewers in their homes.

In February, the duo will attend the INDX Homewares Show to support the launch of the most recent licensee announcement, brokered by Lisle Licensing. Later this Spring, a home fragrance range will launch with sense experts Sebnini.

Francesca Lisle, md at Lisle Licensing, commented: “2023 is already shaping up to be a fantastic year for the girls. 2022 really kick-started our licensing programme and now it’s coming together with product launching at retail, which is entirely complementary and representative of the Style Sisters’ vision of an uncluttered, practical but stylish modern home. We are thrilled and looking forward to further growth. Just watch this ‘home’ space.”

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