The focus on sustainability is becoming ever more intense and this is clearly reflected in the success of the MINT platform. Respect for people and surroundings go together perfectly with style and not only the loyal exhibitors, but also the newest national and international brands at MINT prove this, including: 959, Anna-Q, Aurelie Chadaine, CUS, Hoodlamb, MYUZE, Seepje and WOO. The Future Of Retail at MINT offers inspiring ‘cases’ like clothing library LENA the fashion library and online second-hand brand clothing boutique The Next Closet. This edition, the café will be organised by the successful SLA of Amsterdam in collaboration with Bocca, and there will be a pop-up Indie Brands shop filled with sustainable must-haves.
This winter edition, Modefabriek is presenting a VIP make-over of SALON, the platform for exclusive international high-end womenswear labels. The key words for the new SALON are service, luxury and matchmaking. The platform has once again been designed and furnished as a large light and luxurious carousel with a separate entrance, bar with own SALON social gathering, a ‘window shopping fantasy’ route created by Carlo Wijnands, and a design project from up-and-coming talent Niek Pulles (Heyniek.nl). SALON brands: 7 For All Mankind, Allan K., Ba&sh, Benedikte Utzon, Campomaggi, Chatty, Didier Parakian, Hartford, Liu Jo, Style Butler, Moose Knuckles, Pinko, Hoss Intropia, Zoe Karssen, Antik Batik, Brigitte Bardot, Paul & Joe Sister, Munthe and L’Autre Chose.
Photo; Paul & Joe sister
STUDIO is the name of a brand-new platform for a new generation of progressive labels and familiar, yet newly spotlighted brands with strong roots in pop culture. The platform is a direct reflection of the new type of shops like ‘curated stores’ and multidisciplinary and collective hubs where consumers closely follow brand developments and stories. STUDIO brands include max.tan, Studio Mulder & Ratna Ho, Cheap Monday, Bandhu, Carin Wester, dbrand, Gram, Notch, Soft Rebels, nANA jUDY, /JEKERxJEKER, De•vi and Fjällräven. read more
The Floor segment will also be offering a luxury experience with a specially designed and stylish area. ‘Affordable luxury’ brands are feminine, elegant and sexy and, in terms of price, attractive for large department stores and online retailers, such as JOSH V, Reinders, Kiims, Juli Dans Jewels, Lofty Manner and Jacky Luxury.
Photo; JOSH V
It’s that time of the season again: the first announcement of new brands! Below you’ll find a selection.
In two weeks, we are launching the new platform modefabriek-online, where Modefabriek brands can present their brand information, newest collections and campaign images online to you. Presentations, previews, videos, background information and contact details will give you a good overview of what will be offered next season and enable you to prepare optimally for your visit to Modefabriek on 25 & 26 January 2015. There is also the possibility to schedule a ‘meet & greet’ during Modefabriek beforehand. This new platform is the expanded online version of the former catalogue and list of brands.
International brands will be showing their new collections 25 & 26 January at Modefabriek. This winter edition of the international trade show buyers, designers, trend watchers, stylists and editors will be able to find the most beautiful collections for both men /women. See you at Modefabriek!
Angels never die is an contemporary brand for women who are unrestrained by convention. Originating from the cosmopolitan heart of Instanbul, the collections which are developed carry a stylish edge and are suiting to the trendy lifestyles of women in metropolitan areas.
In January 2011, Viona van Dijk found her jewelry label Bandhu. Based on the idea that a product must reflect a unique personality Bandhu focuses on accessories with a meaning. “At first glance the jewelry and small leather goods have been particularly simplistic and aesthetic, making you fall in love immediately …” read more