23.03.2017 News

Berlin designer successful at Paris Fashion Week Berlin designer successful at Paris Fashion Week

Berlin Fashion Design meets Paris Fashion Week: 900 international buyers and press representatives met on fashion design "Made in Berlin".

Initiated by Projekt Zukunft/Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises, the Berlin Showroom showed for the 9th time a professional presentation platform in Paris.

For the first time the presentation in Paris took place as a "Show in Show" concept within the framework of the WOMAN trade fair. The representatives from the innovative Womenswear collections of the Berlin-based fashion brands showed their collection more than 900 international buyers and press representives.

This season's portfolio consisted of established as well as young fashion brands. Amongst others, Hermione Flynn, finalist of this year's fashion festival in Hyères. The jury also decided to make the collections of Agnes Nordenholz, Case Studies, Esther Perbandt, Hänska, Hie Le, Penelope`s Sphere, Pugnat, Richert Beil, Schmidttakahashi and Tata Christiane a wide audience. Both prestigious stores such as Colette (Paris), Galeries Lafayette (Paris), Isetan (Tokyo), Voo (Berlin) and WUT Berlin (Tokyo), as well as press representatives such as L 'Officiel France, Vogue Germany and Women`s WearDaily Place of the quality of the Berlin collections.

Impressions Berlin Showroom:

The next Berlin showroom will take place in autumn 2017 at the Paris Fashion Week.

More information about the Berlin Showroom and the designer lookbooks you will fin here: http://www.berlinshowroom.com/paris-women/

About Berlin Showroom

Berlin Showroom was initiated by Projekt Zukunft/Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises. It is funded by the "Internationalization Program" and by the EFRE Fund. The joint presentation will be implemented by the IDZ Designpartner Berlin GmbH in cooperation with the Arne Eberle press + sales agency and the state initiative Projekt Zukunft.

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