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Park Fair reveals an impressive lineup of stylish modern brands new for 2023


Park Fair, the boutique shopping festival in the Cotswolds, has revealed an impressive lineup of stylish modern brands for its summer 2023 event.

Park Fair, the boutique shopping festival in the Cotswolds, has revealed an impressive lineup of stylish modern brands ahead of the summer 2023 event.

Taking place at The Great Tew Estate from Friday, 30 June to Sunday, 02 July, Park Fair brings together some of the finest contemporary names to a private country estate in rural Oxfordshire.

Six areas will deliver shopping, feasting, glow-ups, wellness, entertainment and family activities. Guests can expect offerings from household names Bobbi Brown, Jigsaw and Savills alongside capsule collections from Pink City Prints, POM London, Petite Comporta, Seren and ISHKAR.

“This year is going to be bigger and better than ever,” said Lucy Drinkwater, Founder of Park Fair. “We are thrilled to have so many of our favourite brands with us for the weekend. We have worked hard to make sure there is lots on offer for families, friends and even your furry friends – with loads included in the ticket price. We think you will find it hard to leave!”

The feasting lounge, sponsored by Savills, will allow guests to sit, connect and enjoy the endless culinary treats from Pit Kitchen, Farang London, The Cotswold Guy and amie.

Charles Elsmore-Wickens, head of residential sales for Savills in the Cotswolds, said: “We have been working hard with our team to design a stylish and homely lounge space where guests can sit back and relax in classic Cotswold style. Our local experts will be on site all weekend and are happy to chat with anyone who is thinking about buying a new home in the area. We look forward to meeting you there.”

A glow-up space hosted by Bobbi Brown Cosmetics will offer complimentary 15-min makeovers and 20-min masterclasses to learn tips & tricks from the Bobbi Brown PRO Artist team. Hair Styling by House of Hare and nail art By Hayle will also be available for guests all weekend.

Charlie Root, Marketing Manager at Bobbi Brown, said: “Our PRO Makeup Artists will be on hand all weekend to give guests a beauty boost – everything from 15-Minute Makeovers to Mini Masterclasses and expert tips. We’ll make sure you leave with a glow!”

Montrose Group will be on hand for those looking to expand in the area. The design and build specialists demonstrate impressive credentials and have recently completed The Club by Bamford.

“Our brilliant team will be at Park Fair all weekend and are full of ideas on how to redesign, restore or improve your spaces,” Emily Tarbox, Director, Montrose Group. “Whether you are looking for a total renovation or a functional extension, we’ll have plenty to chat about.”

The Park Fair 2023 lineup

Homes and interiors:
Hadeda, Natasha Hulse, Albie and Pearl, Little Garden Shop and Amuse La Bouche, Boho Parasol Hut, Fiona Sherlock Smith Design, Sarah K, VED, Fermoie, Grace Sisters, Vigour and Skills.

Jigsaw, Everett London, Má + Lin, NUE Hoops, Pink City Prints, POM London, Seraphina London, Seren London, Sims Wear, MONC, Woven Studio, and ISHKAR.

Health and beauty:
ede, LiHa Beauty, and Therapi Honey Skincare.

Bombay Kids Company, Lacuna Child, and Petite Comporta.

Farang London, amie, The Cotswold Guy, Pit Kitchen, Pizza Boys Bicester, Annie’s Antics, Earth Ale, and 42nd East Bakehouse.

Glow Up (included in the ticket price):
Mini makeovers and masterclasses from Bobbi Brown, Nail art By Hayle,
and House of Hare does quick hair styling.

Wellness (included in the ticket price):
Pilates, baby yoga, meditation, somatic breathwork, tapping therapy and soundhealing.

Entertainment (included in the ticket price):
Live music from Leigh Coleman and unlimited fairground rides.

Family (included in the ticket price):
Developmental exercise from Tarka London, Funky Pants host music and dance, and A Scent Den for Dogs by WagWorks.

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