19.11.2019 News

Call for Application: Berlin Showroom Paris Women A/W 20/21 Call for Application: Berlin Showroom Paris Women A/W 20/21

The Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Businesses encourages designers to apply for the Berlin Showroom Paris A/W 20/21.

Until Friday, labels from Berlin can apply to take part in the group presentations of the Berlin Showroom Paris Women A/W 20/21. Twice a year, the Berlin Showroom Paris gives a selection of Berlin’s design talents the chance to present their collections to an international audience throughout the Paris Fashion Week.

Berlin Showroom Paris, March 2020

In a collective DACH-showroom, with the so-called Mode Suisse (Switzerland) and the Austrian Fashion Association (Austria), the Berlin Showroom presents Berlin’s fashion creations to international media representatives and buyers. Labels from Berlin, who meet the specific requirements can apply via the online application form.

Application Criteria

The jury of the Berlin Showroom Paris Women A/W 20/21 will judge the applications by using the following criteria:

  • The fashion label (womenswear or accessories) must be based in Berlin/Brandenburg
  • The unique selling point of the fashion label
  • The production capability of the fashion label
  • The quality and marketability of the collections
  • A mixture of established Berlin fashion labels and new talents will be selected

The winners will be announced at the start of December.

About the Berlin Showroom Paris

The Berlin Showroom was initiated in 2013 by Berlins Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Businesses / ‘Projekt Zukunft‘ (Project Future) and is primarily funded by the “Opening up New Markets“-programme and EFRE (European Funds for Regional Development). The diligent curation of the group presentations, is implemented by the IDZ Designpartner Berlin GmbH, Arne Eberle press+sales and the senate initiative ‘Projekt Zukunft‘.

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