Textiles & Apparel / Garment

2021-12-16

Physical, safe, futuristic: MUNICH FABRIC START & Bluezone willl show around 1100 collections

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The team of the Munich Fabric Start Exhibitions GmbH has dedicated the last weeks to the finalisation of the upcoming MUNICH FABRIC START from 25/01 - 27/01/2022 and BLUEZONE from 25/01 - 26/01/2022: the new measures for safe events have been implemented; the organisers are ready to welcome the industry in Munich in just a few weeks.

And the current status is impressive: more than 600 suppliers from 33 countries are registered for MUNICH FABRIC START, including around 90 international denim suppliers for BLUEZONE. The visitors can expect safe and inspiring trade shows with fully booked halls at almost pre-pandemic level!

“We are overwhelmed: we will be able to offer more than 600 exhibitors and thus around 1,100 collections a physical platform at the upcoming MUNICH FABRIC START and BLUEZONE. This impressive current status and the enormous support from the industry is in this exceptional situation a milestone and anything but a matter of course. Despite the great planning uncertainties, we are highly motivated to offer the industry a safe and inspiring trade show at the end of January – to build on the success of our two shows that were already realised during the pandemic."

Frank Junker, Creative Director MUNICH FABRIC START

Safe show days thanks to a proven hygiene concept and the so called 2G+ rule 

© 2021 MUNICH FABRIC START
© 2021 MUNICH FABRIC START


The organisers are very aware of the great social responsibility and of course always place the health and safety of all participants at the top. At the moment, the so called 2G+ regulation is planned, whereby only vaccinated and recovered people with an additional valid Covid-19 test will have access to the exhibition grounds. The extensive hygiene concept, which has already been proven at the last trade shows, is regularly adapted to the dynamic requirements.

MUNICH FABRIC START says Hello EVERY.BODY

The trend theme for Spring.Summer 23 – EVERY.BODY – stands for a new feeling, even a new definition of individuality and community. In the search for optimism, a new balance and an individual self-image, our industry meets with a newly learned cosmopolitanism and tolerance.

There is a longing for personal exchange and the tactile experience of textiles – exactly what is missing without trade shows. In addition, it is about collecting new information and inspiration, without a screen or headphones.





This is where the extensive event program comes into play: Industry experts will offer international visitors insights into the latest trends and topics relating to digital solutions and future-oriented innovations. The program is currently being finalised and will be published in early January. In the recently relaunched ReSOURCE area and the SUSTAINABLE INNOVATIONS area, the latest sustainable alternatives are presented in a modern surrounding with the clear goal of simplifying the sourcing of the latest solutions and thus actively helping to shape the sustainable development of the industry.

“As organisers, we are currently facing new challenges every day. Before the pandemic, it was a matter of course for us to realise our events. Today, we really appreciate what we do: bringing people together and helping to shape the fashion and textile industry anew every season. We are incredibly proud that we manage to hold successful trade show even in these challenging times. It is impressive what our small and flexible team is able to turn into reality."

Sebastian Klinder, Managing Director MUNICH FABRIC START

BLUEZONE shows THE NEW BALANCE

With the main theme THE NEW BALANCE, the BLUEZONE illuminates a brighter but changed future. The new balance in our society is obvious. The entire BLUEZONE team is looking forward to bringing the game changers of tomorrow together in Munich: in technology, quality, product, saving resources, style.

With currently more than 90 denim exhibitors, the BLUEZONE is very well positioned and once again uses both proven halls for its showcase: the coal bunker and the Zenith hall. The organisers are pleased about the enormous support from the denim industry, because numerous premium mills, CMT solution and finishing providers as well as innovative start-ups have registered to present their novelties in Munich.



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