Pulse London 2016 – Highlights & Discoveries
Pulse London is a Trade only Event for trendleading giftware, modern living and retail insight. Over 500 Exhibitors in a variety of Categories including Home, Beauty, Fashion, Gifts, Ceramics, Jewellery, Stationary and more.
We visited the Exhibition on its first day which turned out to be a quiet Sunday afternoon, likely due to the warm sunny weather. A colourful exhibition hall was the first sign of a wide range of exciting brands and products, mostly presented directly by who makes them.
Life of Jay exhibiting their collections of gift ware for men
The Men’s Society started in 2012 in London and have slowly established as one of the leading independent men’s gift suppliers in Europe, selling their curated range of brands and products to the best concept stores, Independents and department stores world wide.
Licorice Design, based in Monmouthshire, Wales, design and create greetings cards and paper gifts in English and Welsh, all printed in the UK.
Rosie Brewer is a designer-maker specializing in woodwork and the creation of one-off and batch production pieces.
Designed in the Alps and manufactured in the UK, HJEM make stylish lifestyle and homeware products.
Jot’s colourful display caught our attention from afar. The stationary company launched in 2015 and their focus are quality materials and traditional printing methods like letterpress printing and foil printing using simply good design.
Ööloom are face blankets, a.k.a. sleeping masks handmade in Estonia. Inspired by the fact that animals never have trouble sleeping the twelve masks are animals with a character and story, made of a face in felt and a soft inner lining in flannel.
BRYT Skincare, based in London, produces gentle yet effective skincare for women and men of all ages combining cutting-edge phytoscience and aromatherapy.
Designer and Illustrator Kate Moby’s work aims to bring the outdoors into your home with brightly coloured wildlife characters.