Hall 3, Stand F11
Miss Milly is a British brand of jewellery and scarves with an established reputation for its stunning use of colour.
Spring Fair will be no exception, with a wide range of inviting and exciting tones and combinations, from Coloro + WGSN’s 2023 Colour of the Year Digital Lavender, to ice cream pastels and a happy continuation of green.
Miss Milly’s creative use of resin and different backings that affect the depth and tone of colour means that a new colourway for a necklace can make it look really different with finishes including marble, shell, aluminium foil, and iridescent and metallic fabric.
With the artistic use of other materials, such as hand-painting, enamel, and matt and shiny metals, there is a huge variety of designs to suit all styles. And, as always with Miss Milly, the prices are reasonable despite increases in costs and a poor exchange rate.
A great selection of new designs includes hearts and butterflies, alongside asymmetric and geometric pieces. You will see the full new collection, as well as best sellers, at Spring Fair.
Miss Milly’s scarves co-ordinate well with the jewellery, featuring a selection of pastels and brights with floral, abstract and geometric patterns. And the brand’s colour block scarves, embellished with glitter and sequins, work brilliantly in tandem with the jewellery, creating exciting visual displays.
The minimum order is £100, and everything can be bought in singles, so you get exactly what you need. Branded display stands, packaging and POS help create an in-store Miss Milly story, and the brand is always at the end of the phone for friendly help and advice.
Sales agents are available; territory and contact details can be found on the website. If you’d like to stock Miss Milly but don’t know where to start, specify a budget and an idea of preferred styles and colours, and the team will create your starter order for you.