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Reference Berlin, a new 24-hour festival for fashion, music and art that tries to capture the city’s creative allure opened with much ado on Saturday noon.
With a portfolio of more than 50 textile trade shows, the company, jointly held by the city of Frankfurt and the federal state of Hesse, has held a quasi-monopoly on sustainable fashion fairs for almost a decade.
Muslim Fashions exhibition at Frankfurt’s Museum Angewandte Kunst stirs controversies about headscarf in Germany.
Dirk Schönberger, MCM’s global chief creative officer, opens experimental retail store in Berlin.
Zalando reports losses after a difficult third quarter.
Zalando’s third edition of Bread & Butter becomes a product-driven see-now-buy-now festival.
The eight trade fairs during Berlin Fashion Week establish as focal points for the D-A-CH market with distinctive proposals.
German designer scene still needs to create critical mass in a commercially dominated market.
Zalando’s consumer-oriented Bread & Butter show explores direct on- and off-line consumer communication during a three-day-festival.
Zalando continues to invest heavily, trading in profitability for growth opportunities.
At Berlin’s trade fairs during Berlin Fashion Week, the mood was upbeat and visitors were confident about the market and discussed strategies despite less traffic.
Zalando’s “Vizions” conference explored platform thinking as the success strategy of the future.