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With several new innovations, upcoming Munich Fabric Start to be bigger


With several new innovations upcoming Munich Fabric Start to be bigger

With the theme ‘Far Furore’, the upcoming edition of Munich Fabric Start is set to be bigger than ever, says Sebastian Klinder, Managing Director, Munich Fabric Start. To be held on August 30 and September 1, 2022, the exhibition will feature 1,500 collections from 900 exhibitors spread across 45,000 sq mt space. This year’s Munich Fabric Start will comprise eight zones: Fabrics and Additionals with international material innovations for all apparel segments; ReSource and innovation novelties for sustainable innovations; Design Studios with fabric designs and new print developments on an enlarged area; the Keyhouse innovation hub, Bluezone denim powerhouse; The Source, a new sourcing area for international vertical integration.

The Source Segment

A one stop solution for holistic fashion in Europe The Source area will present 65 international manufacturers of cut-make-trim to high-end garments. The area will attract participants from countries Portugal, Turkey, Morocco, Tunisia, Bosnia and Vietnam among others. Hosted in new Hall 8 with around 2,500 sq. mt. additional space, the unique new venue will offer flexible sourcing services and rethought value chains.

ReSource to offer certified recycled fabris

ReSource, the sourcing platform for sustainable material developments will offer bio-certified, bio-based, recycled, recyclable or regeneratively sourced fabrics and ingredients and continues to gain in importance.

A new area in Atrium 3

Atrium 3 of the exhibition venue will house a completely new area the Design Studios. Housing around 40 studios, the area will feature well-known exhibitors lie: Buntastic, Eleonora Clerici, Fusion CPH, Le Studio Copenhagen, LETI, Musticstsyle or Zisser Textile Design, who have been presenting in Munich for many years. For the first time, the Create collective will be represented with its 27 creative studios enlivening the print segment of the trade fair.

Keyhouse to feature trendsetting showcases

An innovation hub for the fashion of tomorrow information and interaction, the 1,000 sq. mt. Keyhouse area will feature trendsetting show cases alongside sustainable innovations – be it on sustainability, digitalization, traceability, technology or finishing. The area will host the main lecture forum of Munich Fabric Start with exclusive keynotes panel discussions, trend presentations, Q&A sessions and expert talks by international industry insiders.

Bluezone: Denim Powerhouse

The Bluezone are will be held at Hall 6&7 on August 30 and 31. A global key event for the denim industry featuring around 100 international denim mills, weavers, manufacturers and finishing companies under the motto ‘Campus’, Bluezone area will showcase caps, socks, bags and bottles and FloydTravel Cases.

At the entrance of Bluezone, Wiser Tech will present an automated high-tech machine park to revolutionize denim finishing. Titled ‘The Italian Luster’, the new project will depict a fully integrated value chain of Italian denim production. The participating companies include: ACM Trims, Berto Industria Tessile, the Elleti Group, Fashion Art and Olimpias.

Talks on sustainability

Bluezone and Transformers Foundation will organize a series of lectures on the core topic of sustainability on both days. On August 30, a lecture on energy and decarbonization will be held and the next day, a review and exchange of Transformer Reports on Unethical Behaviour and Cotton will be presented.


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