03.07.2018

Berlin Fashion Week July edition

Welcome to all fashion-lovers!

Every year - in January and July - Berlin becomes an international stage for fashion and lifestyle. At the Berlin Fashion Weeks, buyers, trade visitors, fashion-lovers, and media representatives meet for trade fairs, exhibitions and off-site Events - to find out what the latest collections and trends are.

Highlights of the Berlin Fashion Week are the trade fairs PREMIUM Exhibitions at STATION BERLIN, the PANORAMA at MESSE BERLIN, the Show & Order at KÜHLHAUS, Seek and Bright at ARENA BERLIN and Selvedge Run at KULTURBRAUEREI, Greenshowroom and Ethical Fashion Show Berlin at KRAFTWERK, as well as the shows of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at E-WERK.

In addition 40 established and young designers will present their collections at Berliner Mode Salon, which is located at KRONPRINZENPALAIS.

The July 2018 edition of Berlin Fashion Week is showing its innovative fashion side, presenting the latest trends and discussing current topics around FashionTech and Eco Design.

Since 2013 labels from Berlin show their collections at Berlin Showroom – a plattform initated by the Senate Department of Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises to help designers distributing their collections in foreign countries as France (Paris) and USA (New York).

Check out the official Berlin Fashion Week Website  www.fashion-week-berlin.com with a complete schedule about all events, with background information to all designers, locations, tickets and a blog about the latest news.

Information about registration for tradefairs, fashionshows and conferences

Basically, the main events of the Berlin Fashion Week are accessible only to press representatives and buyers, as well as business representatives. More information: HERE

Public events

You can find all public events (B2C) HERE

www.fashion-week-berlin.com | #berlinfashionweek

Berlin Fashion Week July edition: Berlin
03.07.2018

Berlin Fashion Week July edition

Welcome to all fashion-lovers!

Every year - in January and July - Berlin becomes an international stage for fashion and lifestyle. At the Berlin Fashion Weeks, buyers, trade visitors, fashion-lovers, and media representatives meet for trade fairs, exhibitions and off-site Events - to find out what the latest collections and trends are.

Highlights of the Berlin Fashion Week are the trade fairs PREMIUM Exhibitions at STATION BERLIN, the PANORAMA at MESSE BERLIN, the Show & Order at KÜHLHAUS, Seek and Bright at ARENA BERLIN and Selvedge Run at KULTURBRAUEREI, Greenshowroom and Ethical Fashion Show Berlin at KRAFTWERK, as well as the shows of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at E-WERK.

In addition 40 established and young designers will present their collections at Berliner Mode Salon, which is located at KRONPRINZENPALAIS.

The July 2018 edition of Berlin Fashion Week is showing its innovative fashion side, presenting the latest trends and discussing current topics around FashionTech and Eco Design.

Since 2013 labels from Berlin show their collections at Berlin Showroom – a plattform initated by the Senate Department of Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises to help designers distributing their collections in foreign countries as France (Paris) and USA (New York).

Check out the official Berlin Fashion Week Website  www.fashion-week-berlin.com with a complete schedule about all events, with background information to all designers, locations, tickets and a blog about the latest news.

Information about registration for tradefairs, fashionshows and conferences

Basically, the main events of the Berlin Fashion Week are accessible only to press representatives and buyers, as well as business representatives. More information: HERE

Public events

You can find all public events (B2C) HERE

www.fashion-week-berlin.com | #berlinfashionweek

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