With the successful edition of MUNICH FABRIC START, a prime example of physical trade shows under the new conditions – with increased motivation and great anticipation is going to be organized. organizers have now started planning VIEW Premium Selection. The fully booked Preview Textile Show will take place in a few days, on November 30th and December 1st, 2021, in a familiar atmosphere at the MVG Museum in Munich . Following the example of the successfully implemented MUNICH FABRIC START Autumn. Winter 22/23, the organizers are very pleased to be realizing the first physical trade fair for Spring. Summer 23 – of course, Covid-19 compliant.
The industry can look forward to a live event at the pre-pandemic level : Around 80 selected exhibitors will present 300 collections , the usual high-quality portfolio in the areas of fabrics, additionals, design studios as well as denim and sportswear. Renowned weavers and manufacturers such as Liberty, Yünsa, Manteco, Tejidos Royo or Lanificio Roma as well as the well-known agencies Max Müller, Agentur Geiger or Püttmann Textilagentur, to name just a few, are on site.
Especially for our industry, personal exchange and the tactile experience of materials is essential. The Preview Textile Trade Show VIEW is particularly important for us: we can hardly wait to see the industry again soon in a productive, pleasant working atmosphere at the MVG Museum in Munich.
The VIEW sees itself as a high-quality fabric and ingredients fair, which is well ahead of the established textile fair MUNICH FABRIC START and other European fabric fairs. As a small, fine industry get-together, VIEW is aimed at creatives and buyers in the fashion industry who need or want to be informed about the latest trends and developments for material developments, colours trends and innovations in good time.
At VIEW you will find a strong portfolio of premium collections from trendy innovations to fine fabrics, from high-end sportswear fabrics to high-quality basics. Plus an informative selection of labels and buttons.