From 3D printed shoe soles to bags made of apple leather, to clothing printed with the aid of sunlight – during Berlin Fashion Week, Greenshowroom, Ethical Fashion Show Berlin and FashionSustain will transform the Kraftwerk event centre into a platform for sustainabe lifestyles. From 3 to 5 July 2018 140 selected international fair fashion labels will showcase their SS19 collections, among them established brands like Lanius, which will be launching a capsule collection with natural dyes and surprising visitors with a chance to dye fabrics themselves, and newcomers such as France’s Beard and Fringe who combine straight-line urban wear with cool details. A new Beauty Area and a full event programme with high-quality speakers and networking parties will offer inspiration and expertise.
“With our second event at the Kraftwerk we are really going the extra mile. We have some fantastic labels on the programme, which we have subjected to an even more intense selection regarding their collections, and among which there are some exciting new discoveries. Our event programme is more extensive and exclusive than ever. In short: our events at the Kraftwerk are taking the next step towards the future”, says Olaf Schmidt, Vice President Textiles and Textile Technologies at Messe Frankfurt.
The summer edition of the Greenshowroom and Berlin Ethical Fashion Show will be taking place under the familiar name for the last time. From the close of the fair and for the coming winter 2019 edition Neonyt will then form Europe’s leading hub for the fashion industry’s future themes. In association with the FashionSustain conference, #Fashiontech organised by the Premium Group, and further events and showcases, a global hub will develop for future-oriented fashion and sustainable innovations.
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Press release: Greenshowroom, Ethical Fashion Show Berlin and FashionSustain : Fair Fashion goes Future