International Denim Trade show Bluezone Expo to start in Munich on 31st August

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BLUEZONE, the international trade fair for denim, street and sportswear, is one of the key global events for the denim industry. True to the motto “Denim beyond the seasons”, denim mills, weavers and manufacturers show their innovations, share know-how and the latest trends with the growing Blue community. One of the leading European textile trade shows, twice a year MUNICH FABRIC START presents a qualitative portfolio of international fabrics and accessories manufacturers showcasing their newest developments and innovations in Munich to around 20,000 visitors.

According to managing director Sebastian Klinder, the organizing team for Munich Fabric Start has been working for months to establish a safe atmosphere under the new guidelines, and has left no stone untouched.

In terms of covid safety, the show pointed out:

  • Visitors should understand the travel and safety information of their respective country to and from Germany on the official homepages
  • The “3 screening rules” by the German government applies on the exhibition grounds: tested/ recovered/ vaccinated. Compliance will be checked by trained staff on each day of the exhibition.
  • Visitors are required to wear an FFP2 mouth and nose cover on the entire exhibition grounds, which is provided free of charge if required.

Around 1,000 manufacturers from 40 countries showcase over 1,800 collections in a comprehensive range of textiles, accessories, finishings and sourcing solutions as well as offering specialist information and inspiration, making MUNICH FABRIC START an international business platform in a unique trade fair format. Designers, product managers and buyers work efficiently and with ease in the professional working atmosphere, exclusive event program and full range of specialist information and inspiration that attracts around 20,000 trade visitors to Munich every season.

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