Spirit of Christmas

  • Seven Glorious Days of Christmas Shopping
  • Uncover the perfect gifts for all the family
  • The Finest Artisan Producers
  • Invaluable Festive Inspiration
  • 750 Independent Boutiques


Over the past 16 years the Spirit of Christmas Fair in association with House & Garden has established itself as the leading boutique Christmas shopping experience in London attracting an affluent, high-net-worth, predominantly female audience.

In 2016, 49,659 visitors attended the Fair to discover beautiful and unusual gift ideas from a collection of boutiques that have been hand-picked by our expert team and approved by House & Garden.

The Spirit of Christmas Fair 2017 will take place between 30 October - 5 November with an expected audience of 50,000 over the seven day Fair. At this industry leading event for upmarket Christmas shopping you will uncover a curated collection of 700 high end brands by our expert team and approved by House & Garden. The Fair offers an unrivalled platform to enhance your brand and retail to a hard to reach audience of affluent London consumers.


Within our portfolio we also run Spirit of Summer Fair in association with House & Garden, the event for stylish living which will take place 21-24 June 2017, Olympia London. This is well established as a highly effective retailing opportunity for high-end boutique companies to meet traditionally hard-to-reach AB consumers which are synonymous with the Spirit brand.  Spirit of Summer Fair also co-locates with The HOUSE Fair in association with House & Garden – The exciting new addition to the interiors market responding to the demand for a premium consumer show in West London. The show focuses on interiors, design and decoration dedicated to high-net-worth consumers in the home improvement market. 


If you would like to find out more information about exhibiting with us, please contact us today: spirit.sales@clarionevents.com or call us on 0207 384 7830

For more information about exhibiting at The HOUSE Fair please click here