As this year demands the highest flexibility and creativity from the whole fashion and textile industry, the Munich Fabric Start Exhibitions GmbH team has taken up the challenge to offer a creative environment for efficient work and inspiration also this season, adapted to the new circumstances: The focussed business event FABRIC DAYS.
Milano Unica is now working on the 29th edition, to be held at Fieramilano Rho on July 9, 10 and 11, 2019. The trade show will present the collection of high end fabrics and accessories for the Autumn/Winter 2020-2021 season. The area dedicated to exhibitors, selected among the best European producers, will be supplemented by the usual numerous Theme Areas and projects that have become a consolidated appointment.
Munich Fabric Start presents Autumn/Winter 2018/2019 trends and pushes new trade fair and event formats
Munich Fabric Start kicks off the new trade fair cycle for Autumn/Winter 2018/2019 with even greater impact. In addition to extending existing areas, a new trade fair format MUNICH APPAREL SOURCE will be launched, extending the ranges to include the next step in the value chain.
Breschi collections include carded and worsted fabrics which are recommended for both men and women's wear, and are obtained by using valuable fibres such as: Pure Cashmere, Cashmere mixed with wool, Baby Alpaca, Angora e Camel Hair.
At the Festival of fashion and beauty Varna 2012 was presented a part of the collection Autumn/Winter 2012-2013 of the Spanish brand Rosalita Mc Gee.
Rosalita Mc Gee is a brand, full of colours, which turn even the darkest day in exclusive and special. A great many of details, motifs and ornaments spread optimism and illusion onto the woman dressing by Rosalita Mc Gee and everyone close to her to turn those days into special ones.
Shoes have always played a special role in the designs of Alexander McQueen and in the works of Sarah Burton, who took after him in the fashion label. She continues to create unusual and unique models, which can never be mixed up with footwear by other designers.
For Autumn/Winter 2012/2013 Sarah Burton designed a number of quirky pairs, including shoes and ankle boots decorated with fur, ruffles, flowers and rosettes, lace and buckles.
Today is the last day of the London Fashion Week - one of the "Big Four" fashion weeks, along with Paris Fashion Week, Milan Fashion Week and New York Fashion Week. . It is twice each year - in February, where fashion trades present Autumn-Winter collections and September - for Spring-Summer.
During the six-day fashion week their new seasonal trends for Autumn-Winter 2012-2013 presented many famous fashion houses and designers like Stella McCartney, Vivienne Westwood, Alexander McQueen, Simone Rocha, Mulberry, Burberry, J. W. Anderson, Jonathan Saunders, Matthew Williamson, Christofer Kane, Mary Katrantzou, Meadham Kirchhoff and others.
Today their collections will present Matthew Miller, Christopher Shannon, James Long, Oliver Spencer and others.
The Copenhagen International Fashion Fair (CIFF) is Europe's fashion fair number 1. With the right concept and the right atmosphere, CIFF has recently grown bigger and broader on all counts: visitors, space and collections. CIFF is now a must for the entire European fashion trade. This is where to negotiate, establish new contacts, exchange ideas and pick up inspiration. This is where retailers form an idea of next season's trends.
Let's see the new trends for Autumn-Winter 2012 created by CIFF. Four distinct trendlines are on display, each has substantive material, both visual and descriptive. Themes for both the women's and men's forecast are: New Romantics, Wild Things, Retro Maniacs, and Seventy Somethings.
Yesterday at The Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York his collection for Autumn-Winter 2012-2013 presented world-known American designer Ralph Lauren.
The new collection is in a soft and warm colors as dominating gray, beige and shades of brown. All elements of the collection are measured and this makes the collection very elegant and feminine.
Founded in 1967, the brand continues to gain more supporters of the brand. Its clothes are preferred by many celebrities like Diane Kruger, Charlize Theron, Sarah Jessica Parker and others.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Berlin began on January 18 and will continue until January 21. It combines an exciting mixture of top international designers and young ambitious new talent.
The Opening Show of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2012 was by ESCADA Sport, for the first time presenting their newest collection inside the fashion tent facing Brandenburg Gate..
In addition to the fashion shows, the number of activities in the German capital continues to grow. Special fashion events and parties like Mercedes-Benz & VOGUE Fashion Night, GRAZIA Pop Up, Maxi Fashion Breakfast, Burda Style Group Cocktail and GALA Fashion Brunch will provide platforms for networking and celebration for domestic and international media and fashion elites.
Following the fashion trends for the Autumn/Winter season, the collection of fashion house "Ephos" aims to show chic and sex appeal and at the same time an elegant and exquisite clothing line.
The woman dressed with "Ephos" is different, extravaggant, modern!
A woman with STYLE!
Sicily is the inspiration of the designers of Pietro Filipi for the collection Autumn-Winter 2011/2012.
The models in the women's collection are inspired by the 50s and 80s, with respect to the women's forms, with underlined higher waist, accents on the shoulders and retracted silhouette of the trousers. The romantic floral motives, silk, velvet accessories and lace make a strong contrast with strict jackets in men's style.
This season’s Versace collection for men presents an optical game of shapes, proportions, colours and graphics, conducted with a knowing and contemporary nod.
This is not, however, a look that sparkles and shines. Instead the luxurious aspect of the collection – such a hallmark of the Versace brand – comes from the fine fabrics used and the expert tailoring employed.
The foundation of the collection comprises highly sartorial elements, with garments that have a new volume and are less rigid and softer than previously.