MEDIA KIT STATUS FEBRUARY 2018 - MUNICH FABRIC START
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2 // CO NTENT 03 MU N IC H FABRIC S TART 31 M U N I C H A P PA R E L S OURCE 04 M U N IC H FAB R IC START 32 M U N IC H APPAR E L SO U RCE P rofile 06 BLUEZONE 33 Pres s N o t i ce 08 F ab r i c Sect i o n s A si a S a l on 36 S TAT E M E N T S D e si gn S tu d i os Ke y h ou se O r ga n i c S e l e c ti on 38 FA I R DATE S 14 Ad d i t i o n al s Sect i o n s 15 Tren d Areas 40 FA I R FA C TS Tr e n d & C ol ou r C od e 41 L o cat i o n 18 Po s t Sh o w R ep o r t Sp r i n g . Su mmer 1 9 42 Visitors 43 E x h i b i t o r s – E x h i b i t o r d et a ils 23 V I E W P R E M I U M S E L E C T I ON u n d n ew ex h i b i t o r s 24 V IE W Pro f i l e 25 F ab r i c Sect i o n s Ke y Tr e n d s a t a G l a n c e 26 C l o s i n g R ep o r t Su mmer 1 9
4 Munich Fabric Start // MUNICH FABRIC START MUNICH FABRIC START makes a difference. It convinces with a unique format, a profile sharpened time and again with seasonal innovations and the highest degree of value added for designers, product managers and buyers from throughout the world. It sets standards against the backdrop of market-criti- MUNICH FABRIC START SETS STANDARDS AGAINST THE cal challenges and fundamental changes in an innovative and impulsive manner. One of the leading international BACKDROP OF MARKET- textile trade fairs, MUNICH FABRIC START offers exclu- sive, product-specific areas as well as trend and colour forums with an enormous density of information. Trend seminars with VIP speakers and forward-looking panel CRITICAL CHALLENGES AND discussions are strong statements of a trade fair format focused on the future and progress. FUNDAMENTAL CHANGES. This dynamic corporate strategy benefits both the over 1,000 exhibitors as reliable partners from 36 countries presenting in excess of 1,700 fabric and additional col- lections for women, men as well as denim and sports- wear and the approximately 20,000 trade visitors atten- ding per season.
Munich Fabric Start 6 BLUEZONE PROFILE BLUEZONE is the fair-in-fair concept of MUNICH FABRIC START for the denim and sportswear community. Initiated as the first of the trade shows specifically organised for denim it features – enhan- ced by CATALYZER – an atmospheric and unique presentation area for the BLUEZONE is the fair-in- portfolio of some 100 international sup- pliers. fair concept of the MUNICH FABRIC START At KEYHOUSE, Hall 5, state-of-the-art technology and innovative product so- for the denim and lutions fuse with the atmosphere and sportswear community. industrial charm of a former steam-ge- nerator hall. The resulting, exciting am- bience inspires discussion, interaction as well as research with global opinion leaders and creative trend experts.
8 Munich Fabric Start // FABRIC SECTIONS In four halls and on three storeys MUNICH FABRIC START covers the complete pro- duct portfolio with more than 800 collec- tions ranging from basics to haute-couture collections for all segments of women’s and men’s apparel as well as affiliated tex- tile products. Moving increasingly in focus are future- proof fabrics, high-tech coatings and smart textile systems for performance and active wear. Topics currently high on the agenda such as “Fashion goes Technology”, inno- vations and sustainability or forward-loo- king process solutions are addressed and deepened by seminars, interaction and pa- MOVING INCREASINGLY IN FOCUS ARE nel discussions at KEYHOUSE. FUTURE-PRODUCT FABRICS, HIGHT-TECH The powerhouse suppliers in this seg- ment include Marzotto, Stola, Albiate, TBM COATINGS AND SMART TEXTILE SYSTEMS FOR PERFORMANCE AND ACTIVEWEAR. Group and Miroglio, to name but a few.
Munich Fabric Start 9 ASIA SALON ASIA SALON demonstrates creative glo- balisation. At Atrium 3 more than 150 powerhouse brands from the Far East exhibit their col- lections and high-tech systems for functi- onal, fashionable clothing. The product portfolio is completed by the latest fabric and process solutions in the lingerie, fashion and sportswear segments for both woven and knitted fabrics. The supplier partners from China, Korea and Taiwan include Concordia, Uni Texti- le, Royal Maye Chie, KooJoo, Huayue and Thermore, to name but a few. ASIA SALON demonstrates creative globalisation.
10 Munich Fabric Start DESIGN STUDIOS Initiated in September 2012, DESIGN STUDIOS is the concrete answer to the textile industry’s gro- wing need for progressive ideas and individual design solutions. The innovative creativity platform of MUNICH FABRIC START has be- come established as a stand-alone exhibition format and opens up to visitors a new creative dimension for the design process. Textile de- signers and design studios from all over the world present their fabric designs and latest developments here. Exhibitors on this area include amongst others Anteprima, Gibson Design Studio, Creations Robert Vernet, Lica Design, Boggia Disegni and Tom Cody Design.
Munich Fabric Start 11 KEYHOUSE KEYHOUSE, the electrifying innovation and competence centre of the trade fair in Hall 5, pools future-oriented and bu- siness-critical developments in its exhi- bits. The new, interactive exhibition approach stages smart textiles, future fabrics and technologies with the highest degree of integration into textile products. Directional show cases, sustainability, the latest technologies and value a dded processes are presented within the con- text of cross-industry macro trends – rounded off by expert workshops and seminars on trends, technology, finishing DIRECTIONAL SHOW CASES, SUSTAIN- and research. In excess of 40 vendors ABILITY, THE LATEST TECHNOLOGIES demonstrate their latest technology and sustainability concepts. AND VALUE A DDED PROCESSES ARE Including names such as Schoeller, Toyo- PRESENTED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF ta, Lenzing, Naveena as well as Dynee- ma and Tonello. CROSS-INDUSTRY MACRO TRENDS.
12 Munich Fabric Start ORGANICSelection Part of KEYHOUSE but as a separate section ORGANICSelection introduces pi- oneering and sustainable fabrics and ma- terials for the textile industry. Furthermore, the forum exhibits s ustainable innovations as well as curated showcases with novel fibre blends all revolving around sustainability. This sustainability area, which is adapted to the changing market requirements and standards time and again, is rounded off by teams of experts present from the lea- ding certification and non-profit organisa- tions such as Oeko-Tex, GOTS and IVN, who will provide personalised approaches and discuss relevant issues. …ORGANIC SELECTION INTRODUCES PIONEERING AND SUSTAINABLE FABRICS AND MATERIALS…
Munich Fabric Start 13 BLUEZONE BLUEZONE is among the biggest and most successful denim shows world- wide today. Boasting more than 100 denim and sportswear brands, BLUE- ZONE has a stronger line-up than ever, BLUEZONE is among and has now been expanded to two the biggest and most halls in response to the high demand. As usual, ALL STAR MILLS in Hall 7 with successful denim shows 75 brands showcases their latest de- worldwide today. velopments for denim and sportsw ear. Rounded off by denim-related products such as flats, cord, pre-washed and dyed materials as well as sophisticated brandings with trendy fastener solu- tions and labelling. In-depth trend fo- rums show trendsetting developments, finishes, colours and styles. At CATALYZER, Hall 6, 25 exhibitors present their product ranges with a fo- cus on heritage, passion, sustainability and innovation. Joining the fray are Al- biate 1830, Kurabo, Denim Studio, Blu International, Cresent, Redmark Fie- mont and Sporty.
Munich Fabric Start 14 // ADDITIONAL SECTIONS The extended and re-designed Additionals Forums in the MOC foyer are a clear evi- dence of the importance of this segment for the product areas of MUNICH FABRIC START. At the individually designed exhibition halls 1 and 2 over 280 of the world’s leading additionals specialists display their latest developments. Designers, product ma- nagers and buyers seek information here about current trends in buttons, tapes, decorative appliqués, gemstones, fasten- ers and labels. These are complemented by novel lining fabrics, lace, embroidery or fusing as well as complete solutions for Labelling & Bran- ding. Represented here are Union Knopf, Swarovski, Agentur Fabian, YKK, Shindo, Knopf-Schäfer, Riri, Cadica Group, Bodo Jagdberg et al.
15 Munich Fabric Start // TREND AREAS Doubtlessly key points of MUNICH FABRIC START are the exclusively created lifestyle worlds that extend across the entire foyer of the MOC. Cross-seasonal macro trends flow into sa- les-boosting micro themes. Approximately 2,500 high-impact highlights (with referen- ce to their manufacturer and stand) selec- ted from over 10,000 samples submitted by the 1,700 collections on display are the backbone of this comprehensive design centre. Colour Moods illustrated by fabrics, cat- walk impressions, non-stop videos, speci- fically dyed yarn reels as handy hand-outs are important tools provided by this atmo- spheric information forum that is re-crea- ted in a different style each time.
16 Impressions of the Trendarea
Munich Fabric Start 17 TREND & COLOUR CODE As an additional service MUNICH FABRIC START offers dedicated trend publications as a compilation of the Trend and Colour Forums. TREND CODE provides an overview of the most important trend themes in elabora- tely designed Mood Stories comprising narrative explanations and Colour Cards with Pantone and Coloro codes. This is completed by high-impact colour compo- sitions that already single out the principal colours with their corresponding accent colours early on. COLOUR CODE is laid out as a handy tool to be immediately built into the creative process. This general trend colour card contains all colour codes of relevance for the respective season. As exclusively dyed high-quality yarns each assigned to a trend theme they make for an extra tactile fashion experience on top of the visual presentation.
18 Munich Fabric Start // CLOSING REPORT SPRING.SUMMER 19 GREAT INTERNATIONAL FLAIR – STRONG INTERACTION With the 44th edition has the latest show of MUNICH FABRIC START set another milestone. From 30/01 to 01/02/2018 the focus of the entire textile and fashion industry lay in Munich. More than 1800 collections from international fabrics and accessories suppliers. New technologies, innovative sustainable mater- ials, special dyeing and finishing processes, shi- ne, colour and prints are the tendencies and, at the same time, a plea for rich fabrics in Spring. Summer 19. A definite among the fashion favou- rites for the next summer season is the range of intensive colours, translated into new nuances. Combined with shine, from iridescent and Lurex and lamé through to lacquered finishes. Offering great potential are current developments and innovations in the field of sustainability that serves a huge spectrum of smart solutions and natural processes. Awareness of natural pro- duction methods and resource saving is growing noticeably along the sector’s entire value-added chain. Numerous approaches from recycling and
19 Munich Fabric Start closed-loop systems through to natural international textile industry. Going down dyeing processes form further focal points particularly well were the Trend and Colour which are further developed and feature Forums that offered sound insights into new an ever wider and heavier weighting on fabric and accessory highlights and impres- the market. sively staged the colour themes for the new season. The extended seminar programmes The investment in a progressive format on topics like Smart Textiles, AI in Fashion, consistently pursued by MUNICH FABRIC Sustainability and Fashion Trends also offe- START is paying off. The platform for pro- red lots of input and insights that went down duct presentation, innovation and interac- very well with trade visitors. tion through to technical process solutions is understood and brings great traction. ‘We are totally impressed by the input offered by MUNICH FABIC START in the ‘Our declared aim is to develop our different segments. This definitely has pioneering role as an innovative tra- the potential for two days. We will be de fair, to intensify our commitment, putting this slot for September into our to support our partners with the ever diaries.’ more demanding and complex tasks, Angela Wendel, Adidas to supply input and initiate partners- hips.’ ‘Munich Fabric Start is a totally exciting Wolfgang Klinder, Managing Director at trade fair with great exhibitors and inte- MUNICH FABRIC START resting products. Very modern, very in- novative and huge. I have always found Its continual rise in popularity among in- my highlights here, also this season.’ ternational buyers, designers and product Marcel Ostertag managers as well as three very well atten- ded days at the fair underline the signifi- ‘At MUNICH FABRIC START we work in cance of MUNICH FABRIC START as one a targeted and focused manner to fina- of the most important trade fairs in the lise the collection. We always discover innovations that are great for rounding
Munich Fabric Start 20 off collections. At this trade fair we sustainability is and how extensively smart also value the combination of denim textiles, biotech and digitalisation have and fabric ranges. For us this is a per- been integrated. And so the interest in in- fect fit. While already rounding off the teractions, seminars and guided tours was denim segment with this trade fair we also huge, for instance the ones carried out also take another in-depth look in the exclusively by Sourcebook and FashNerd. flats segment.’ Michael Seiter, Holy Fashion Group ‘We value the interdisciplinary nature of this event. This is particularly important One of the special highlights at MUNICH for us, especially in the field of tech- FABRIC START is without a doubt the exclu- nological innovations and wearables. sive private lecture given by Li Edelkoort in Many great things only arise when you the impressive backdrop and architecture bring together the key collaborators. of BMW World. Some 200 guests avidly This is the fourth time we have been followed the trend researcher’s comments actively involved in KEYHOUSE and we delivered here for the first time on the observe an increasing openness on the 19/20 Autumn.Winter season. part of the audience towards the integ- ration of technology in textiles.’ Marte Hentschel, Sourcebook KEYHOUSE ‘KEYHOUSE and BLUEZONE as an in- tegrative part of MUNICH FABRIC KEYHOUSE developed its very own special START have established themselves dynamics as an innovation and technology as an incubator for textile innovati- centre. As a platform for the fusion of fas- on and cross-sector collaborations hion, innovation and technology Keyhouse and are continuing to develop to push posted three intense days with high visitor ahead with the topics of Sustainability footfall. This makes it clear how intense and Smart Fashion for the future. The the search for smart process solutions is, event is marked by an open attitude to- how important and prestigious the topic of wards industry-relevant questions and
21 Munich Fabric Start discussions and it actively pro- ‘The KEYHOUSE features future motes knowledge exchange bet- textile related developments and ween those involved.’ perspectives. The Sustainable Tomas Vucurevic, BRAIND Innovations Area is a meeting point for textile professionals to Already for the fourth time now KEY- explore, to share knowledge and HOUSE hosted the presentation of to inspire. The KEYHOUSE cont- the HighTex Award, MUNICH FAB- ext created an energetic environ- RIC START’s innovation prize. The ment to start conversations with 1st prize went to Soorty Enterprises designers, product developers, from Pakistan for a sustainably pro- press, scientists and companies duced denim fabric. Achieving se- from interdisciplinary sectors cond place was Vivify Textiles from like automotive, interior, health- Australia for a 100% recycled po- care or education. The personal lyester satin. Third went to Tintex interaction was highly apprecia- Textiles from Portugal for an inter- ted and has led follow-up.’ locked cotton fabric with recycled Simon Angel, Curator at elasthane. The prizes were awarded Sustainable Innovations by a jury of media experts and fas- hion professionals consisting of Re- gine Hövelmann (AMD – Akademie Mode & Design), Alexander Vogt BLUEZONE (Kern Kommunikation), Simon Angel (Lecturer Sustainable Business and The current BLUEZONE (30 to 31 Strategy, Fashion Masters at ArtEZ), January 2018) closed after two days Frank Junker (Creative Director as the best Denim Show since its Munich Fabric Start) and Joachim inception. The growing interest from Baumgartner (Fabrics & Trends, Mu- international brands in product in- nich Fabric Start). novations, modified finishes and
22 new production processes was very and the new Denim Tech line. Kas- apparent. sim Denim presented the new Pre- mium-Sustainability line “Made ‘By combining BLUEZONE with in Germany” in cooperation with KEYHOUSE as an interactive and German universities. Calik De- thematically concentrated centre nim showcased the lines “Smart of innovation a unique and pulsa- Stretch” and “Fly Jean”. SAAT ting platform has arisen here that launched their “Dyneema Capsu- is gaining in international appe- le Collection” in cooperation with al and prestige. We have created BMW Motorcycles and Naveena a trendsetting format here for a Denim.’ swift-acting sector that sets new Panos Sofianos, Denim Curator at standards.’ BLUEZONE Sebastian Klinder, Managing Director at MUNICH FABRIC START The workshops and panels initiated in the Denim Club as well as the vibrant- This not only benefits the over 100 ly led discussions and talks show leading international Denim + Sports- how important and popular exchan- wear Fabric suppliers but also, very ge and networking are in the sector. specifically, the increasing quality of From these impulses a strong Denim visitors from home and abroad. Community has now developed with incomparable commitment. ‘A clear signal of the importance of BLUEZONE and its timing were ‘The BLUEZONE is far more than the numerous market launches and just a platform for collection pre- product developments presented sentation. It is also trendsetting here for the first time. For instan- marking a significant change in ce, Candiani Denim with their bio- direction, especially in conjuncti- degradable denim development on with KEYHOUSE as a comple- Re-Gen, alongside Kitotex® and mentary centre of innovation. It is Indigo Juice®. Or Orta with Exoart the ideal forum for us to present
23 Munich Fabric Start here our Ecody concept as well the large range of information as Functional Denim.’ featuring panel discussions and Gülfem Santo, Orta expert talks goes so well with this trade fair’s USP.’ ‘The BLUEZONE has great ap- Mohsin Sajid, Endrime peal, especially for the northern European market. This is where the denim community meets. At the same time, the quality of vi- sitors is very high. Not coming here simply isn’t an option.’ Harun Akgül, F’Blue ‘For me BLUEZONE is held at a very favourable time for viewing new developments again. I also value the business atmosphe- re here. Exhibitors and buyers talk about topics that move the sector, about new concepts and paths. The combination here is also unique with the key denim producers on the one hand and the technical know-how from other industries on the other. The event shows you everything that can be possible in future if you are prepared to adopt inno- vative paths. This is also why
24 The next MUNICH FABRIC START on the Autumn.Winter 19/20 season will run from 4 to 6 September 2018. As usual, BLUE- ZONE suppliers will be showca- sing their latest product develop- ments in concentrated form at the Zenith venue from 4 to 5 Sep- tember 2018. Providing an initial overview of the new Winter season is VIEW Pre- mium Selection from 17 to 18 July 2018. In parallel and directly adjacent to MUNICH FABRIC START is the second edition of MUNICH APPAREL SOURCE in Munich from 4 to 6 September 2018.
//FACTS 100 25 >> +1% FIGURES 7 BRANDS 1700 in the Bluezone more visitors collections 1000 Halls more than exhibitors >> VISITORS 42.500 m 2 20.100 exhibition space
VI E W PR E MI UM SE L EC TION
View Premium Selection 27 // VIEW PREMIUM SELECTION PROFILE What started as an exclusive Preview date has now developed into a well-established trade fair with international appeal. VIEW, the Preview Textile Fair of MUNICH FABRIC START, offers the assured information and plan- ning security so crucial at an early point in time thereby responding immediately to changed pro- cesses and seasonal market shifts. The concept of the two consecutive and com- plementary trade fair concepts of VIEW Premium Selection and MUNICH FABRIC START has pro- ved correct and forward-looking.
28 View Premium Selection // FABRIC SECTIONS At VIEW more than 350 collections of lea- ding international fabrics and additionals suppliers provide the first well-researched preview of the textile and fashion trends for the respective season. At this early point in time the powerful portfolio of in- creasingly finalised and fine-tuned collec- tions already impresses the leading creati- ve teams of the national and international brands and designers expected in Munich. They showcase their developments in the areas of fabrics for men and women, ad- ditionals with findings and accessories as well as the initial highlights for denim & sportswear. Equally powerful are the early innovation proposals made by VIEW DESIGN STU- DIOS with the latest prints and patterns. Next to a wide range of 90 new collections and new power-house suppliers renowned exhibitors from Germany, Austria, Switzer- land, France, England, Turkey, Japan and Italy present the latest developments.
29 View Premium Selection // CLOSING REPORT SPRING.SUMMER 19 VIEW PREMIUM – STRONG NETWORK WITH RISING VALUE ADDED More suppliers, increased exhibition spa- ce along with a continual rise in length of stay from high-quality visitors from home and abroad. This is the verdict of VIEW ‘This is more than a satisfactory result. Premium Selection in Munich from 5 to 6 We are particularly delighted at the December 2017. rise once again in length of stay from the ever more numerous regular visi- The latest edition of VIEW has once again tors. This means VIEW has achieved confirmed its position as the leading Pre- its aim of becoming an early, profes- view Textile Fair. This is underlined, not sional and stable community platform only by the numerous newcomers in the with continuing growth potential.’ various product areas of women’s and Wolfgang Klinder, Managing Director at men’s wear and denim but also by the cre- MUNICH FABRIC START ation of further presentation space in the Gallery of the MVG Museum as well as the additional use of the workshops for selec- As many as four major renowned textile AS MANY AS FOUR MAJOR ted denim and sportswear suppliers. agencies presented their portfolio at the Preview Textile Fair at MUNICH FABRIC RENOWNED TEXTILE AGENCIES PRE- In particular, the strong, broad internatio- START for the first time. Alongside the SENTED THEIR PORTFOLIO AT THE nal collection portfolio from leading textile textile agencies Max Müller, Thomas Gei- agencies made for a concentrated wor- ger and Püttmann Tex-Research also exhi- PREVIEW TEXTILE FAIR AT MUNICH king atmosphere and a very positive mood bited at VIEW for the first time. FABRIC START FOR THE FIRST TIME. over both days of the event.
View Premium Selection 30 ‘We are very satisfied with the coordi- ments of the exhibiting companies rose nation and organisation of the trade from approx. 300 to a total of over 360. fair. The mood at VIEW and the setting of the show suit us and our fashion The combination of MUNICH FABRIC range. We have been able to welcome START with the BLUEZONE and VIEW to the stand all our customers who at- Premium Selection gives rise to optimum tended the event. In July we will once synchronisation for the greatest possib- again be represented at VIEW with as le planning security for collection design. many suppliers as possible to facili- Especially since the early ranges of fabrics tate this relaxed and intense work in and additionals are already well developed Munich.’ with strong, consolidated messages. To Thomas Püttmann, Püttmann Textilagentur supplement this, numerous collections were broadened with topical and concen- ‘The prime reason for the move from trated delivery themes for immediate ran- Goldberg Studios to the MVG Muse- ges and/or Winter 18/19. um is to make it easier for our custo- mers. No shuttles, no location change ‘For us the trade fair was very success- and therefore no time wasting. Custo- ful. Our customers are increasingly ta- mer reaction was therefore very, very king to this early date – and not just positive. Our suppliers were able to those from the region. Here it is not just take away only positives from the new about discussing new developments location. Obviously, we will be partici- as is often the case at early events. pating at the next VIEW.’ This is also where we already see the Thomas Nick Müller, Max Müller first doubled goods Furthermore, the Textilagentur new denim area with its connection to the workshops is very successful. The In parallel to the increased numbers of layout with short distances is perfec- Pre-Collections suppliers exhibiting the tly designed. We feel very at home in portfolio of quality collections in the VIEW this setting.’ FABRICS and VIEW ADDITIONALS seg- Denis Purvis, Tejidos Royo
‘In addition to an initial selection from “With the individual approach to VIEW 31 our summer range we also still feature Premium Selection and the ensuing fi- selections from the winter collection. nal range at MUNICH FABRIC START it For Pronto Moda or for winter capsule has been possible to create a wholistic collections. Overall, it is fair to say the trade fair profile that boasts sufficient strict division into seasons now only flexibility. This puts us in a position to has limited validity.’ be able to react to market develop- Michele Cappio, Cappio Tessuti ments, support pioneering processes with the segments and create sustain- ‘For some manufacturers the date of able innovations and impulses.” VIEW is ideal. The men’s wear seg- Sebastian Klinder, Managing Director at ment, in particular, already kicks off MUNICH FABRIC START here with concrete concepts while in women’s wear s it is primarily the high-quality lines that are pushing ahead. We even already saw doubled goods. Here in Munich work proceeds at varying rhythms. Flexibility is requi- red. Furthermore, we also use VIEW primarily as a platform to sound out the market. For us it is not about pre- senting a finished collection. In any case, the high quality of visitors says a great deal about this trade fair.’ Frank Weber, Velcorex The latest VIEW has shown that a clearly defined format and a high degree of iden- tification are considerable stabilisers for a growing and functioning community that generates a high level of efficiency.
MUNI CH APPAR E L SOU RC E
Munich Apparel Source 33 // MUNICH APPAREL SOURCE PROFILE The MUNICH APPAREL SOURCE Fair will be held from 5 to 7 September 2017, running for the first time concurrently with MUNICH FABRIC START. Approx. 200 international companies will be exhi- biting their products and services here revolving around Manufactured Sour- cing. Its range targets European brands and labels searching reliable manufacturing partners with quality standards on a glo- bal scale. The service spectrum of t hese internationally experienced manufac turing outfits comprises Cut-Make-Trim (CMT) and high-end production. Further- more, such services as A-Z process so- lutions including sourcing processes are presented. Also featuring on the first day’s agenda at MUNICH APPAREL SOURCE is an ex- pert conference with high-calibre dele- gates on the ‘Future of the Fashion In- dustry’ – hosted by Holger Knapp, CEO of the publishing house Deutscher Fach- verlag.
34 Munich Apparel Source // PRESS RELEASE include the next stage in the value added MUNICH FABRIC START LAUNCHES chain – thereby offering a comprehensi- NEW TRADE FAIR: MUNICH APPAREL ve service and product range for the fas- SOURCE ADDS MANUFACTURING hion industry at one location. SOURCING SERVICE TO THE PORT- FOLIO ‘We were self-critical in our analysis of the first MUNICH APPAREL SOURCE in The decision has been taken. The next September 2017. We will use the next MUNICH APPAREL SOURCE will be held few months to develop an integrated from 4 to 6 September 2018 – as an inte- and therefore sustainable concept. As grated event of MUNICH FABRIC START a trade fair organiser and initiator we and directly connected to the MOC. have a very clear mission with a con- crete remit that we will fulfil with great The strategic and future-oriented new commitment and responsibility.’ concept of dovetailing the two trade Wolfgang Klinder, Managing Director at events in terms of both location and con- MUNICH FABRIC START tent is the result of an intense survey of the current market requirements as well Measures promoting a sharper profile in- as exhibitor and visitor expectations. clude the testing and presence of relevant The trade fair location of Munich offers optimum prerequisites for giving visitors supply countries and their companies in terms of compliance with European pro- duct standards. Beyond this the analysis MUNICH FABRIC START comprehensive insight into the entire tex- tile production chain and therefore also of production processes and solutions in line with the latest market requirements. LAUNCHES NEW TRADE FAIR: real synergy effects. This means MU- Just like earlier this year specialist lectures NICH FARBIC START is also continuing the strategy of extending its portfolio to will present the performance of specific countries and regions in detail. This inclu- MUNICH APPAREL SOURCE des production capacities, production fo-
35 Munich Apparel Source cuses, delivery times, conditions and cost Global sourcing markets are still displaying structures as well as import and export great dynamism and movement with rapid conditions that can play a decisive role for shifts. These go hand in hand with pro- global fashion players. mising opportunities. At MUNICH FABRIC START with integrated MUNICH APPAREL The aim here with MUNICH APPAREL visitors can gather information on all the SOURCE is to offer a reliable international latest developments and trends in order to network platform and comprehensive and gear the development and manufacture of practical know-how on all key sourcing their products up to the future. markets. For this reason comprehensive profiles of the exhibiting firms will provide information on their range of products and services as well as the available certifica- tions. ‘At MUNICH FABRIC START we re- main convinced that due to the ever stronger dovetailing of the markets, the increasing impact of digitalisation and the provocative change in consu- mer purchasing behaviour the com- plex presentation of reliable sourcing management is more important than ever. For this reason we are offering a professional, reliable and high-quality forum with two complementary trade fairs.’ Sebastian Klinder, Managing Director at MUNICH FABRIC START
STAT E ME NT S
37 Statements ‘T he ne w a re a s o n the Zen i th premi ses ‘For th e medi u m to h i gh -en d segmen t M UNICH FAB- a re v e r y ins p ir ing – a b o ve al l , th e n ew R IC START seaml essl y f ol l ows on f rom th e sampl i n g d e nim ha ll w ith its e xtremel y pl easan t bu si n ess started at VIE W. New devel opmen ts pi ck d a y lig ht a m b ie nc e . We very mu ch wel- u p on th e l atest tren ds an d tran sl ate th ese f or th e „ c o m e this e xte ns io n a nd are del i gh ted f ol l owi n g del i very dates, th e mai n col l ecti on s an d/ w ith this ne w hig hlig ht compl emen ti n g or th e secon d l i n es of th e n ew season . M UNICH FA- the M O C . But the r a ng es di spl ayed i n B R IC START h as al so gai n ed i n i mportan ce f or ou r the m a in b uild ing a ls o a l ways meet ou r cu stomers season on season . Th e ever more an ti ci- e xp e c ta tio ns to the f ull every ti me. We pated season al cycl es h ave i n creasi n gl y con f i rmed w o r k he re f la t o ut f o r thre e f u l l days. Fi l - th e ri gh t ti mi n g of MUNICH FAB R IC START. B y i n- To us the offe r of one e a rl y eve nt i n the le d w ith the s e im p re s s io n s we n ow di s - ter n ati on al stan dards i t al so a trade f ai r of sh orter form of VI EW and one pri nci pal tra de f a ir c us s the f ina lis a tio n o f o u r c ol l ecti on .’ di stan ces an d l ower costs f or ou r cu stomers.’ Michel Willems, Alberto Martin Dolleschel, Union Knopf held a few we e ks l a ter i s si mpl y i dea l. At VI EW we sel ec t the basi c materi als , which we the n ha ve tested on prototy - pes ov er th e fol l owi ng we e ks. If the f a- brics live up to our qua l i ty requi re me nts ‘Th e ri si n g n u mb er of t r ad e fai r s s p eci al i- we discuss spe c i fi c c ol ours, re fe renc e s si n g i n den i m i s p roof of t he s p eci al i m - „ and patter ns wi th the suppl i ers at M U- portan ce th e f ashi on s ect or, and not j us t NI CH FABRIC START. Another bi g p lus ‘M U N IC H FAB R IC START h as become a key th i s, attach es to t hi s s egm ent . Regard i ng of this tr ade fa i r i s the pe rfe c t organi sa- c o m m unic ati on pl atf orm f or ou r compan y. Ou r ou r G erman bu si n es s , BLU E Z O N E i s d efi ni- tion and the uni que a tmosphe re. inte r na tio nal bu si n ess partn ers u se MUNICH tel y th e most i mpor t ant t r ad e fai r. I t i s t he Alejandro Miralles Giro, Hugo Boss FABRIC S TART to research th e pri n ci pal pro- secon d even t i n our t r ad e fai r cal end ar t o d uc t tre nd s wi th u s. Th e ti mi n g of M FS su i ts wh i ch we bri n g n ew col l ect i ons . O ur cus t o- this , a ls o especi al l y f or i n n ovati ve f ast bran d mers f i rst go to ‘ D eni m b y ’ b ut t hey onl y c o nc e p ts . Wh at’s more, we al ways appreci ate pl ace orders i n M uni ch. Thi s t r ad e fai r al - this a c c o mpl i sh ed mi x of prof essi on al ran ges l ows u s to get t he fi r s t p ercei v ab l e feed- a nd re la xe d worki n g atmosph ere.’ back f or ou r work . ’ Hans-Peter Hiemer, Business4Brands Consulting Arianna Morimando, Berto E.G.
// DATES VIEW PREMIUM SELECTION // 17 to 18 July 2018 MUNICH FABRIC START // 4 to 6 September 2018 BLUEZONE // 4 to 5 September 2018 MUNICH APPAREL SOURCE // 4 to 6 September 2018
FAI R FACT S
41 Fair Facts // VENUE CATALYZER areas on the Zenith premises, the MUNICH FABRIC START venue is ac- MUNICH FABRIC START is held at the mo- cessible both by car (sufficient parking is dern exhibition and event centre MOC, the available) and by public transport. Munich Order Center (MOC) located in the north of Munich. VIEW Premium Selection invites visitors to the MVG Museum in Ständlerstraße 20 Its special architecture provides scope for – which is located in the over 5,000 m² individual stand and presentation options hall of the former bus repair shop near the spread across 4 exhibition halls plus large main tram workshop premises of the Mu- seminar rooms and lounges. The exhibiti- nich transport company; easy to access on spaces offered range from white stands by underground, bus and tram. Parking with natural daylight to exclusive studios. for motorists is available. The expanded BLUEZONE includes Hall 7 The MUNICH APPAREL SOURCE Fair is (ALL STAR MILLS) as well as the addition held at the MTC world of fashion, Taun- of Hall 6. usstraße 45 | Ingolstädter Str. 45-47, and With CATALYZER we now boast a lifes- therefore located in the immediate vicinity tyle-oriented display and communication of the concurrently held MUNICH FABRIC area revolving around the themes of heri- START at MOC. tage, sustainability and innovation. The well-preserved fabric of the building The modern and spacious MTC premises – massive stone walls – obtains light and offer an optimum setting and sufficient lightness through large glass domes and capacity for productive sourcing. To en- open steel beams. What has remained un- sure optimum connections and access changed is the individual, original layout to the full range on offer a shuttle service with the resulting exciting stand design. connects MUNICH APPAREL SOURCE Comprising MOC, the ZENITH HALL and and MUNICH FABRIC START at regular the recently developed KEYHOUSE and i ntervals.
// VISITORS Fair Facts 42 MUNICH FABRIC START aspires to create was impressive – including such market a business platform in combination with leaders as Esprit, s.Oliver, Marc O’Polo, detailed market and trend information. Marks & Spencer, Gerry Weber, Drykorn, Admission is restricted to trade visitors Diesel, Mavi Jeans, Mads Norgaard, Cin- and subject to visitors presenting respec- que, Marc Cain, Tommy Hilfiger, Max Mara, tive credentials. Hugo Boss, Baldessarini, Lagerfeld, Akris and Lala Berlin. Visitors include: Manufacturers of apparel and fashion accessories, representatives from retail, wholesale and mail-order outfits as well as of purchasing associations that have apparel and/or textile accessories in their ranges, upstream suppliers to the indust- ry, commercial agents of apparel and ac- cessories. In addition to this representa- tives from associated disciplines such as interior design. February 2018 saw MUNICH FABRIC START register a sustained high attendan- ce with some 20,100 visitors and attract an increasingly international audience. Alongside all German ready-to-wear ma- nufacturers, top decision-makers and de- signers from neighbouring countries were on site. At 38% the share of foreign visi- tors was up slightly. The quality of visitors
43 Fair Facts SPREAD OF EXHIBITORS // EXHIBITORS – Pakistan 2% EXHIBITOR CONTACT DETAILS Spain 2% AND NEW EXHIBITORS Netherlands 2% Others 11% Great Britain 2% Germany 23% EXHIBITOR DISTRIBUTION BY COUNTRIES AT MUNICH FABRIC START Austria 3% SPRING.SUMMER 19 Portugal 3% South Korea 3% Country No. of Exhibitors France 3% Egypt 2 Lithuania 4 Albania 1 Mauritius 2 China 4% Italy 22% Australia 2 Netherlands 19 Bangladesh 2 Austria 30 Belgium 5 Pakistan 18 Bulgaria 1 Poland 6 China 36 Turkey 19% Romania 3 Denmark 5 Sweden 2 Germany 224 Switzerland 12 Franc 33 Slowenia 1 Greece 11 Spain 18 SPREAD OF EXHIBITORS BY CONTINENTS Great Britain 21 South Korea 32 Hong Kong 9 Taiwan 4 12,8% Asia India 10 Thailand 2 Indonesia 1 Czech Republic 3 85,9% Europe 0,9% Others Ireland 1 Tunisia 1 Italy 208 Turkey 178 Japan 8 USA 1 Latvia 1 Vietnam 1 Lichtenstein 1 Total 949 Total no. of Countries 40
44 Fair Facts LIST OF NEW EXHIBITORS // ADDITIONALS // FABRICS Company Country Hall Booth Number Website Company Country Hall Booth Number Website Akal Batu Accessory and Packaging LTD Turkey H1 D 11 www.akalbatu.com AB „Siulas“ Lithuania S1 E 116 www.siulas.lt Edicate Button & Garment Accessories Hong Kong H2 C 08 www.edicate.com.hk Alto Milanese & Collezione Infinity Jersey Italy S2 F 208 www.altomilanesesrl.it Fatih Bijuteri San. Ve Tic. Ltd. Sti Turkey H1 B 20 www.fatihbijuteri.com Ari Tekstil. Turkey S1 E 113 www.aritekstil.com.tr KT Trims & Accessories GmbH Germany H2 A 09 www.ktlabel.com Bartolini 1938 srl Italy S2 E 213 www.bartolini1938.it Kryptino SA Switzerland H1 B 05 www.kr-tex.ch Besani srl Italy H4 A 21 www.besani.it Laurema UAB Lithuania H1 D 11 www.laurema.eu Birlik Örme Boya Turkey S1 E 109 www.birlikörme.com.tr ME-Plast Kozina d.o.o. Slovenia H1 C 08 www.me-plast.com Brito & Miranda SA Portugal S1 E 108 www.britoemiranda.com OZ-EL Lastik Kaytan Tic San As Turkey H1 B 10 www.oz-el.com Comotessile Srl Italy S2 E 215 www.comotessile.it Telidis Great Britain H1 C 11 www.telidis.com Digital S.r.l. Italy S2 F 215 Trifitrofa - Com de Fios, Lda. Poland H1 D 12 www.trifitrofa.pt EHK Tekstil Turkey S1 E 117 www.kurttex.com Tylex Letovice A.S. Czech Republic H1 D 13 www.tylex.cz Elite World Print Poland S1 F 119 www.eliteprint.pl Valter S.R.L Italy H2 B 04 www.valter.it Er-Ez Turkey S1 E 118 www.er-eztextile.com Eurostick SPA Italy H4 F 02 www.eurostick.it Fabra Tekstil Turkey S1 E 112 www.fabra.com.tr // ASIA Finitura Felice Italy S1 E 112 www.finiturafelice.com Company Country Hall Booth Number Website Iltex GmbH fabrics & More Germany H3 D 12 www.iltex.de Bewell Trading South Korea A3 C 117 Ipek Tekstil Ve Dis Tic As Turkey H4 G 10 www.sahtastekstil.com Colorsburg (Div. of Shakthi Knitting Private Ltd.) India A3 D 108 www.shakthiknitting.com Jerseytex Ltd Great Britain H3 E 24 Federation Sanhe (Fujian) Co., Ltd. China A3 C 112 www.lbshtex.com Jozwiak S.C. Poland S1 E 117 www.jozwiak.eu Foshan Huafeng Textile Co., Ltd. China A3 D 109 www.huafeng-textile.cn M.A.I TEKS Tekstil Turkey S1 F 119 www.maitekstil.com Fujian Kaibang Polyamide Technology Co., Ltd. China A3 D 108 www.fjkaibang.com Meteks Moda Turkey S1 E 111 www.meteksmoda.com Fujian Province Changle Haofeng Textile Co., Ltd. China A3 D 107 clhffz.cn.alibaba.com Mezroze SIA Lativa H4 A 22 www.mezroze.com Guangzhou Sanko Button Co., Ltd. China A3 C 114 www.skbutton.com Natex Paris France S2 F 203 www.natexparis.com Hebei Huarui Non-Woven Fabrics Co., Ltd. China A3 C 116 www.hbhuarui.en.alibaba.com Omniapiega srl Italy H3 C 20 www.omniapiega.it Ikovatex Co., Ltd. China A3 C 112 www.ikovatex.com Osmanbey Mensucat Pazarlama Turkey S1 E 118 www.osmanbeytextile.com.tr Lucky Textile Group Indonesia A3 C 121 www.luckytex.com Sanko Tekstil isletmeler San ve Tic A.S. Turkey H3 D 16 www.sankotextile.com Nanjing Skyrising Imp. & Exp. Co., Ltd. China A3 C 113 www.skyrising.com TEBA Tekstil Turkey S1 E 111 www.tebatextiles.com.tr One Chang Material Co., Ltd. South Korea A3 C 117 www.onechang.com Tektaslar Tekstil Turkey S1 E 113 www.tektaslar.com.tr Shanghai Enjoy Textile Science & Technology China A3 C 114 www.enjoytex-china.com Tintofilo by Jenny fabrics AG Switzerland S2 F 102 www.tintofilo.ch Shaoxing Aokun Textile & Garment Co., Ltd. China A3 C 115 www.efemail.com Veni Vidi Vici Italy S2 F 230 Shaoxing Fando Textile Co., Ltd. China A3 D 109 Zhejiang Barui Fabrics Co ltdVeni Vidi Vici China S2 F 204 baruichina.com/ babei.com Suzhou Zhuisheng Textile & Technology Co., Ltd. China A3 D 106A Vrijesh Natural Fibre & Fabrics (India) Pvt. Ltd. China A3 C 121 www.vnffindia.com Wujiang Shangtone Textile Co., Ltd. India A3 D 110 Zhangjiagang E-King Textile Co., Ltd. China A3 C112 www.ekingtex.cn
45 Fair Facts // BLUEZONE ORGANIC SELECTION – FABRICS Firma Land Halle Standnummer Website Firma Land Halle Standnummer Zertifikate A.P.Xpress Ltd Great Britain H6 B 04 www.apxpress.com Akteks Tekstil San. Ve. Tic. A.S. - Neon Turkey H3 F 05 GOTS DB Wash International Albania H6 B 06 www.dbwash-int.com Barutcu Pazarlama Turkey H3 E 11 Oeko-Tex Denim Inn Srl Italy H6 B 06 Berto E.G. Industria Tessile S.r.l. Italy H6 C 05 GOTS, BCI Foshan Foison Textile Co., Ltd China H7 C 32 www.gzfoison.com Bezsan Tekstil Turkey S2 F 217 GOTS Iskur Denim Islet. San Ve Tic A.S. Turkey H7 C 02 www.iskurdenim.com Brugnoli Giovanni SPA Italy S1 E 110 Oeko-Tex Nishat Mills Limited Pakistan H7 B 03 www.nishatpak.com Diverchildren S.A. Germany S1 E 107 Organic / Bio Paris Texas Morocco H7 B 06 EZ Fashion GmbH Germany A4 35 GOTS Setex Textil GmbH Germany H7 C 01 www.setex-textil.de Fusion Textiles (H.K.) Ltd. Hong Kong A3 C 122 GRS Giemme Spa Italy S1 E 107 GOTS Isil Tekstil Turkey H3 F 08 GOTS Koppermann & Co. GmbH Germany H3 B 05 GOTS // KEYHOUSE Lanificio Lamberto s.r.l. Italy S2 F 218-219 Organic / Bio Omniapiega srl Italy H3 C 20 GOTS Firma Land Halle Standnummer Website Pastel by Yilmazipek Turkey H3 C 10 BCI Aitex Spain H5 5 www.aitex.es Rabek Tekstil san. Tic. Ltd. Sti. Turkey H4 B 18 GOTS, OCS 100, OCS BLENDED Baykan Moda A.S. Turkey H5 11 Tejidos Rebés SL Spain H4 C 24 GOTS Brugnoli Giovanni S.p.A.* Italy H5 15 www.brugnoli.it Trifitrofa - Com de Fios, Lda. Portugal H1 D 12 GOTS Invista (International) Sarl Switzerland H5 25 www.connect.LYCRA.com Vrijesh Natural Fibre & Fabrics (India) Pvt. Ltd. India A3 C 121 Organic / Bio MycoTEX by NEFFA The NetherlandsH5 2 neffa.nl/portfolio/mycotex/ Yilmaz Kumascilik Turkey H3 C 06 GOTS Qualitat Tecnica Textil Spain H5 17 www.qtt.es Yünsa Yünlü San. Ve Tic. A.S. Turkey S1 F 103 GRS Statex Produktions & Vertriebs GmbH Germany H5 7 www.statex.de Zeki Mert Ipek Turkey H3 C 21 GOTS UMORFIL® Beauty Fiber® Taiwan H5 22 www.umorfil.com ZSK Germany H5 9 www.zsk.de ORGANIC SELECTION – ADDITIONALS // DESIGN STUDIOS Firma Land Halle Standnummer Zertifikate Firma Land Halle Standnummer Website ISA TanTec Ltd. China H7 B 07 Mirjam Rouden Ltd Great Britain S1 DS E 101 www.mirjamrouden.com KAHAGE Butonia Group Germany H1 E 03 Oeko-Tex Zisser Textile Design Sweden S1 DS E 101 www.zisser.se Piovese Fashion S.r.l. Italy H6 C 04 Oeko-Tex Prym Fashion GmbH Germany H1 C 18 Valter S.R.L Italy H2 B 04 Oeko-Tex // ATRIUM Firma Land Halle Standnummer Website SGL Filati S.p.a. Italy A4 20 www.borghi1819.it
46 Fair Facts EXHIBITOR GROWTH AT MUNICH FABRIC START 2002-2018 1200 1000 No. of Exhibitors 800 600 400 200 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 February 282 496 580 637 648 668 728 762 727 768 792 847 897 910 925 956 949 September 381 541 639 650 706 755 745 765 775 823 857 952 952 976 1028 964
47 Fair Facts Collection by Product Categories Ribbons, Strings, Laces MUNICH FABRIC START Buttons, Clasps, Buckles SPRING.SUMMER 19: Applications Additionals, Accessoires COLLECTION BY PRODUCT CATEGORIES Lables Top Cloth Laces, Embroideries Linings, Pocket Lining, Nonwovens, Interlinings Packaging, Hangers Zipper Yarns Belts Shoulder Pads Cotton Fabrics, Cotton Mixtures Jacquards Viscose, Modal Lyocel Fabrics Prints Color Wovens Polyester Fabrics Knitwear Fabrics Linen Fabrics Woolen Fabrics Silk Fabrics, Silk Aspects Shirtings Coatings Functional Fabrics Denim Velvets Fleece Fabrics Bodywear Fabrics Corduroy Loden, Boiled Wool Leather, Imitation Leather Swimwear Fabrics Membranes Fur, Fake Fur Plush Quilted Fabrics 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 No. of Products
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