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Trade Show: Neonyt

Fully booked

Exhibition space at Neonyt is in high demand. The fashion, innovation and sustainability hub is already fully booked two months before its kick-off. Messe Frankfurt is working on acquiring more space to make sure that industry leaders will be able to present at the trade show, which will take place from 14th to 16th January 2020.

November 2019

Exhibitors and visitors, who went to the past editions of Neonyt in Berlin’s Kraftwerk, know that sustainable fashion is gaining ground. Renowned conventional retailers were navigating the trade show to find collections to add to their product range. There was also a well-attended programme of talks and lectures that gave insight into an industry, which is increasingly seeking new and environmentally friendly ways to add value to its product offer. So, the huge demand for the upcoming event, which will run in former Tempelhof airport from 14th to 16th January 2020, is hardly a surprise. Organisers now have a waiting list and is currently trying to add new space. Many exhibitors like well-known sustainable fashion pioneers Armedangels, Blutsgeschwister, Knowledge Cotton Apparel, Kuyichi, Melvin & Hamilton and Wolfskin Tech Lab will be taking part in Neonyt for the first time.

Neonyt regulars also keep returning to Neonyt for its magnetic effect on visitors and their positive response to the trade show. Streetwear and performance wear brands like Bleed, Ecoalf and Erdbär are among those to be showing at Neonyt again as well as fair fashion pioneers Jan ‘n June, Lanius and Mud Jeans. Other well-known brands include Kavat, Nae Vegan Shoes, Nat-2, Recolution, Rhumaa, Skfk and Wunderwerk. There will be Dutch brands showing at Neonyt, which will also have shared stands for exhibitors from France, Peru, Portugal and Spain. This not only proves that interest in sustainability in the fashion industry worldwide is growing, it also means there will be a broad range of products on offer for the new season.

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Press release: Neonyt already booked to capacity and considering options to extend space at Tempelhof Airport to meet high demand


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