Pure Preview – AW19/20

We were ambushed with snow last weekend only to wake up at the start of this week with not a flake in sight. There is nothing quite sadder than the leftovers of a melting snowman isolated in the middle of a field!

But sunnier days are ahead, we hope, as i.LEVEL heads to PURE LONDON between 10th -12th February to visit clients and view the AW19/20 collections. As usual, the event is at Kensington Olympia, with over 700 fashion brands competing for buyers and trade orders.

Come and meet us! We would love the opportunity to speak to you about how our fashion software solutions can improve your wholesale operations, stock control management, and a host of other modules including concessions, warehouse scanning, EPOS and mobile order taking for sales agents.

Don’t forget that i.LEVEL is designed solely for the fashion industry and our range of solutions are unique in that they include colours, styles and SKUs. If you work in fashion, you know how essential these features are for fashion software solutions.

We’re looking forward to visiting PURE more than ever this year – there is a huge emphasis on sustainability with the show’s attention focused on fair and ethical trading when sourcing suppliers, upcycling existing product to reduce landfill, demonstrating green behaviours internally, and last but not least, manufacturing quality products that become wardrobe staples for years to come.

This year’s PURE will also see more brands leading by example and showcasing collections that have been handcrafted and/or inspired by their heritage. Each piece comes with a story, how it was made, where it was made and who it was made by, as buyers become increasingly conscious of their conscience and demand their clothes are sustainable.

It’s a good time to be part of this evolving industry and we look forward to seeing you there. Just drop us a line at or call 07931 381209 on the day and we’ll arrange to meet you for coffee.

See you at PURE!


This entry was posted in PURE and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.