Tuesday, 9 April 2013

The Real Women Clothing Show

The Real Women Clothing Show

The Real Women Clothing Show’ will be the UK’s first and only event dedicated to meeting the clothing needs and desires of more than 12,000 plus size women.
By assembling; an array of plus size designers, independent shops, e-tailers, catalogue retailers and supermarket brands under one roof.
A fun filled weekend covering everything a woman could desire from clothing, footwear, accessories, beauty and leisure. This is an un-missable event for any company wishing to promote themselves to the UK’s plus size woman.
Despite the magnitude of the UK plus size clothing industry, 10.1 million British plus size women still face problems when shopping for clothing:
  • 78% feel there is a lack of clothing options available to them
  • 70% believe that clothes sizes lack consistency between various retailers
  • 65% want to see clothing on larger models and mannequins
  • 50% struggle with the most basic need to find clothes that actually fit
  • 50% feel that clothing in plus sizes were less fashionable than traditional sizes
The Organisers 

EBM Media Ltd is a dynamic company specialising in the creation of outstanding consumer events and exhibitions that help bring new and existing products and services to a captive audience in an exciting live environment.
The senior management team has more than 70 years combined experience in marketing communications and events management, working for a number of leading companies including
  • 10 Years Younger (brand licensed from Maverick Productions), which featured the stars from the hit TV Show
  • Erotica, which was sold in its first year and is still growing to this day
  • Premier Collections, a fashion trade show, which has been superseded by Pure London & Moda
  • Men’s Fashion Fair, a fashion trade show for men’s clothing
  • Confex, the event industries No.1 exhibition for events organisers
  • FHM Magazine created and sold to Emap

The Lay Out

central theatre

Central Bar 

VIP Lounge
Floor Plan

 Plus size women are spending an average of 45% less per annum on clothing than their slimmer peers, according to research commissioned by ‘The Real Women Clothing Show’. Lionel Fenton the event director of the show says, “greater choice is the key

research specifically looked at the clothing buying habits of 400 plus size women located in the regions of London, the Southeast and East Anglia. The results showed that plus size women spent an average of £414 per annum on clothes compared to a total female average of £755 (verdict), which means plus size women spend £341 less every year.

  When and where

Friday 11th April 2014 
ExCeL London

The Real Women Clothing Show website 
please note dates,times and venue may change. I am not in any way connected to this event. 


  1. Nice planning of your Women Clothing show. Awesome and the best way to give clear information by the help of images and data in the form of graphics

  2. Good point. I hadn't thought about it quite that way nice idea for stylish clothes



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