Distributor to showcase all of its brands on stands totalling 169sqm.
Distributor DMJ is set to make a big impression at The Jewellery Show next month with three stands totalling 168sqm – thought to be the largest presence at the UK trade show.
DMJ is a regular on the show circuit, exhibiting at IJL and Moda in the UK. It also has a stand lined up at the London Watch Show, the UK’s first watch trade show launched by Professional Jeweller publisher ITP Promedia.
DMJ will split its portfolio of brands across three spaces. The largest of these is 78sqm, showcasing one of its current hits, the interchangeable coin necklace brand Nikki Lissoni, alongside glass jewellery brand Antica Murrina, silver brand Morellato, Timebeads, Batacuda and licensed jewellery and watch brands Just Cavalli and Miss Sixty.
It is also dedicating stands to its Zinzi jewellery brand and Holler fashion watch brand. The former will have a 36sqm stand, exhibiting silver and zirconia jewellery, while Holler will have 54sqm space showcasing watches and apparel such as hats, iPad covers and record bags.
DMJ founder and owner Darren McCormick said: “We will be introducing two new brands at the show. We have three stands this year with more space at the show than any other jewellery company.”