MUNICH FABRIC START Spring.Summer 20

The international textile and fashion industry kicks off the 2020 Spring.Summer season in Munich. More than 1,000 fabrics, additionals, denim & sportswear suppliers exhibit their latest product and trend developments in 1,800 collections from 29 to 31 January 2019 at the MOC Munich and in the Zenith Area.

More than 1,000 fabrics, additionals, denim & sportswear suppliers exhibit their latest product and trend developments in 1,800 collections at the MOC Munich and in the Zenith Area.

They are complemented by a growing number of service and sourcing providers as well as young brands and start-ups that present their philosophies and the ideology of forward-looking process solutions as well as solutions for resource-saving material sourcing and their areas of application.
This dynamic and mutually inspiring exhibitor structure brings about one of the most important international trade fair platforms for sourcing materials and in-depth networking and, hence, for linking fashion with technology with a view to shaping the future.

In terms of trend concepts for 2020 this future is characterised by emotionality, empathy and community. This is expressed by WHAT IS LOVE as a source of inspiration – passionate, silhouettes, in philosophical wealth but also in tongue-in-cheek kitsch and – last not least – a new lightness at heart, which is never entirely uncritical.

The ReSOURCE segment is MUNICH FABRIC START’s enhanced sourcing platform flagging up new dimensions of sustainability for an innovative and future-oriented production.

Unadulterated creativity comes care of the atmospherically designed DESIGN STUDIOS on the First Floor of Hall 3.

With its SOURCING area in Atrium 3 of Hall 3 MUNICH FABRIC START caters to the increasing demand for operational closed production cycle.

Experience & Innovation. Industrie 4.0. The synergy of fashion and technology. KEYHOUSE has developed from the dynamism of companies cooperating on these future themes, start-ups, experimental research projects of leading colleges and universities as well as projects for unconventional resourcing into a think tank for progressive fashion technology. Its current focal themes include the extended area for installations related to SUSTAINABLE INNOVATIONS.

The development of new technologies, the efforts made for developing sustainable products and assuring transparent processes and supply chains are recognised by MUNICH FABRIC START with the HighTex Award.

The future is now. Brave and blue.

With this statement BLUEZONE kicks off 2019 and with B.L.U.E.C.H.A.I.N 4.0 gives a clear signal for more transparency, resource-saving process solutions and conscious consumption.

Seminare, Workshops and Talks on the latest developments in the denim industry, about consumer needs, Blockchain, sustainability and techno denim all feature on the agenda of the DENIM DOCK in Hall 7.