Autumn Fair 2015 Review

10 September 2015

After a busy autumn period the Art File’s head turned towards its final show of the year, ‘Autumn Fair’ at the NEC in Birmingham. Being honest, we were already half way through putting the line through Autumn Fair for next year, but we were very quick to rub it out after an absolutely fantastic 4 days in Birmingham. This year’s stand had our full Christmas Collection on show to give customers and potential customers the final chance to see the range up close before the festivities begin. Alongside Christmas a selection of the best performing everyday Greeting cards, stationery and gift ranges was put proudly on display which allowed visitors to see the best of the best from The Art File. Particular highlighted collections on show were ROAR, our newest animal pop out range, and FORM- our award winning handmade 3D card range. Our 3 main stationery collections continued to excel as they have been doing since their launch towards the beginning of the year.

Our brand new Spring Seasons 2016 collection was shown for the very first time at Autumn Fair this year, with new additions from favourites such as ‘Rock On’ and ‘Call Me Frank’ along with over 65 new designs- this year’s collection is as strong as ever and will be sure to turn heads come Valentines, Mothers, Easter and Father’s Days next year. Customer’s responses to the new collection were very positive indeed.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who visited us at the numerous shows we exhibited at this year- we loved absolutely every minute of smiling, introducing ourselves and talking to you all; and we deeply appreciate the trust you put in us for supplying you with unique, different, and trend setting product- we cannot do it without you!

So… 2016 for the Art File? It’s all closely under wraps at the moment here at Art File Head Office, but let’s just say this it’s going to be our biggest, and most exciting year to date- so please do watch this space.
Our next show will be Top Drawer 2016 at Olympia, London.